For the newest episode of our ongoing Photographers in Focal point sequence, German filmmaker Wim Wenders—who enjoys cult standing for his prolific contribution to global cinema, together with Paris, Texas and Wings of Want—talks to NOWNESS in regards to the elusive pleasure of taking pictures speedy and disposable photographs.
In a love letter to Polaroid movie, The genre-defying director explains the attraction of this inherently ephemeral photographic layout, together with his photographs taking pictures intimate, behind-the-scenes moments on set and archetypal American landscapes—from neon-bathed lodges to drain wasteland highways.
This movie coincides with a retrospective on Wenders’ pictures this is happening at The Photographers’ Gallery till 11 February 2018.
NOWNESS invited a few of our favourite photographers, artists and creators to give a contribution their very own Polaroid photographs, which we’re excited to host each on our website and social media channels. Ship us your individual photographs on Instagram, both through Direct Message or through the usage of the hashtag #NOWNESSPolaroids
Credit so as of look:
Noel Duquette; Rayan Nohra; Hector Pozuelo;Myles Loftin; Rala Choi; Marcus Department; Owen Gwynne Vince; Chloe Sheppard; Kyler Zeleny; Taylor Boylston; Celine Hong; Asher Moss