Author: Marie Lagabbe

Marie Lagabbe is a french photography lover. During her senior high-school year she discovered analog photography with her mother’s AE-1 camera, making her first steps in enlarging pictures in the darkroom of a workshop in her hometown, Aubervilliers. Thirteen years later it is now at home that she’s working, testing, improving and experimenting around this media. Always in search of new techniques, textures and material, she reveals her dark but also colorful world. Collages, drawings, multiple exposures, filmsoup are all elements that feed her rich and fantastical universe of symbols. Marie LBB is now 30 years old and currently lives in Alsace. Visit my website here www.36poses.eu
Jan 9, 2020
3 min read

I Shot a Roll of Kodak T-MAX 100 by Marie Lagabbe

Trying a new kind of film is one of my favourite things. I usually use the same rolls over and over again when a discover a new cheap emulsion that suits me, but I’m always really happy about the getting chance to discover