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Stories | Miami, Florida, USA | April 20th, 2021

I came upon a small stock of Kodak Vision3 film and one rather rare roll of Fujichrome 64T. As I mentioned many times already, I’m really inspired by the early days of Sports Illustrated. So this was a great opportunity to make use of such film for the occasion. In my nature of keeping things simple, I picked up a nice gold two-piece bathing suit and a Brazilian-cut one-piece which I barely got to make use of because the park closed. I brought out my Nikon FE for the occasion because I wanted to go back to my early days of photography. Just me, a simple 35mm, and the model. The weather couldn’t have been better. Warm sea water, a faint ocean breeze, and a serene silence broken by the waves softly crashing ashore in the background. And 36 exposures to capture it all. Enjoy this sample.

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arc-Anthony is a self-taught Haitian photographer/artist currently residing and developing in South Florida. While pursuing Graphic Design at the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, his passion for art history, fine arts, and the captivating realm of film photography took root. During his stay in China, his interest in portrait photography flourished and became a defining element upon his return . His distinctive style effortlessly blends the textures and lighting techniques reminiscent of early fine arts with modern approaches, weaving narratives that are both compelling and timeless.

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