Kübra Sağın aka syndrome Stockholm (a condition that causes hostages to develop a psychological alliance with their captors as a survival strategy during captivity; to mention the photos have nothing to do with the condition itself) is a photographer from Istanbul, Turkey. She mostly shoots outstanding, dreamy analog photographs, showcasing the woman in her most vulnerable positions or intimate moments. It’s an introduction to the greatest feeling of closeness and contact, the romantic influence is highly presented and the playful light comes as a perfect addition to all of these. Her love for cats, cigarettes, books or coffee might represent some of her main subjects, but you’ll still sense that fairy-like atmosphere she likes to capture every single time.
After switching to film photography I rarely used my digital SLR. It was pure magic. It was exciting. I love the fact that I can’t see the photos I take. I love the fact that I can only shoot 36 photos per roll. With film photography, you learn to love the shot. (Source)
All images: (c)Kübra Sağın
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