Hi Sergey, tell us something about yourself.
I am photo artist from Minsk widely known in narrow circles under the pseudonym Line.
I show you my seas of ellipsis and oceans of sunsets on the ragged ensign of youth.
Perhaps this is something about dreams and music, about juvenility and beauty inside and around, about sincerity and environment, about loneliness and anger, about love and passion, about insecurity and invisible worlds, but none of that for real.
Why did you choose analog photography?
Multiexposure, process of making photography, limited value of shots.
What do you like to photograph?
In my photos I try to convey the mood and character, some details and the core. Most often I photograph the environment and the person, because I strive to find harmony and chaos between them all.
Which cameras and films do you use?
I use only Canon EOS 1N with the cheapest film like Fujicolor C200. Also, I like to use: Fujicolor Industrial 100, Fujifilm Provia 100F. Dream about Pentax LX.
What kind of picture would you like to take?
I would like someday to get such a picture in which infinity would be captured. However, not the one that scares everyone with its uncertainty but one in which joy and happiness would be clearly visible. A kind of retro-futurism in the eyes of a child.
Do you have a favorite photographer?
The most inspiring as for me is Gueorgui Pinkhassov. He is the master of light!
A photo should…
Be more than just photo.