DEPOSITORY is back from a brief hiatus, bringing you a fresh batch of photo submissions from our global community. As always, we want to express our gratitude to all those who continue to share their incredible frames with us. Remember, you can join the Hung Supply Photo Community by sliding your images into our inbox or tagging us on Instagram.
So, you're down to join the Hung Supply Photo Community? It's easy, and the rules are simple. Just email us or tag us in an original photo, and provide us with the lowdown on your frame—the who, what, when, where, why, and all that jazz. Take stock of the camera and film used to capture your masterpiece. Get featured.
To submit your photo to Depository, simply email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or tag us in your photos on IG and hashtag #hungsupply. Now, without any particular order, let's dip into our latest selection...
Photos: Travis Keegan
Camera: Contax T2 / Fujifilm X100
Film: Fujifilm Superia X-TRA 400
Location: Paris / Italy
Frame 01: April Paris Riots, Paris, France.
Frame 02: End to end, Italy. – Travis
Photos: Caleb Morgan
Camera: Sony A7ii
Location: Adelaide, Australia
Frame 01: .44 Caliber Love Letter. Alexisonfire, Hindley Street Music Hall, Adelaide.
Frame 02: KIN. EP Release, Lion Arts Factory, Adelaide. All of my shots are within the pit. I never get passes to big shows, so I jump barriers to get my shots. With all of the hardcore stuff, I've got to do obligatory mosh photos and portraits within the pit, so I'm always getting smacked around. Whatever it takes to get the shot though, hey! – Caleb
Photo: Tommy Green
Camera: Canon Autoboy 3 / Fujifilm X100F
Film: Kodak Ultramax 400
Frame 01: Directionless, Sydney.
Frame 02: Disinformation, Newcastle. – Tommy
Habitué, Les Tarterêts. – Yonatan
Peep the film clip for Moha MMZ's HABITUÉ by Yonatan, here.
Photos: Chris de Graaf
Camera: Hasselblad 501CM
Film: Kodak T-Max 400 / Kodak Ektachrome 100
Location: South Island, New Zealand
Frame 01: I spotted this tree randomly while walking the dog. I thought it was so wild how the tree had grown around the barbed wire, completely absorbing it. A friendly reminder to us humans that mother nature is always the boss. Shot on Kodak T-Max 400.
Frame 02: An abandoned, dilapidated cheese factory in the middle of nowhere. I think the blue hour hues really add to the feelings of isolation and sadness associated with the subject. Shot on Kodak Ektachrome 100. – Chris
Photo: Connie Tsoulos
Camera: Nikon F50
Film: Lomography 800
Location: Sydney, Australia.
Friday night lights, Cahill Expressway, Sydney. – Connie
Photos: Bette Beadmann
Camera: Canon EOS 3000 / M50
Location: Bulli, Australia.
Frame 01 - Mini Skirt, Bulli Heritage Hotel.
Frame 02 - Belco Bowl Jam 2023.
My name is Bette!! I am a young photographer from Illawarra. I like to document skateboarding and music. I try to capture the importance of the music and skate communities through my photography. – Bette
Frame 01: A taco stand on Echo Park Avenue, Echo Park, Los Angeles.
Frame 02: Eli, San Francisco.
These images I shot during a photographic trip I took through the United States last year. Through this work, as well as the majority of the rest of my images, I desired to capture the beauty in the mundane. Whilst exploring New York and California with my film camera, my artistic intention was to tell a cinematic story of ordinary people living their everyday lives as well as the spaces they find themselves in; corners of city and suburban landscapes that may appear unattractive, boring at first glance or go completely unnoticed. There is an unspoken attractiveness to these places, in the way that they hold so much life lived there over time. When you capture a space, when you shoot images of ordinary people on film, you begin to see it in a new light. That's what I hope to translate through my work; how life is art. – Kate
Frame 01: Fun forgotten at Snapper, Coolangatta.
Frame 02: A granite titan on its toes, millions of years in the making. In the grand scheme it’s only balanced for a moment. Girraween, Queensland. – Tom
Photos: Nicholas Dettorre
Camera: Contax T2 / Yashica T4
Film: Super expired Fuji Superia 200 / Kodak Ektar100
Location: Amsterdam, New Orleans
Frame 01: Was on a work trip to New Orleans. Saw a man playing trumpet outside a bar. Shot on Ektar100 in my Contax T2.
Frame 02: A quick layover in Amsterdam. I was walking a street sale in Paris and came across some super expired Fuji Superia 200 (exp. 2006). I loaded it in a Yashica T4 super and loved the results. – Nick
Frame 01: Man alone II
Frame 02: Man alone III
Frame 03: First of the roll. – Ross
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