The cinematic nature of Frank Lassak (NSFW)

The cinematic nature of Frank Lassak (NSFW)

Frank Lassak, aka Efacts Photography, is a photographer based in Berlin. Frank's imagery is conceptual and cinematic by nature. Frank is a regular contributor to ARTE magazine. His next exhibition will open in May at Impatto Gallery, Rome. Frank says, “When it comes to producing authentic and true portraits, the task of the photographer is to find and record those subtle nuances in the face and gesture of the portrayed person that are truly characteristic.”


"Being Wes Anderson“: From the conceptual series, "Twisted Landscapes“. Produced with: Fuji Pro 400H film and a Fuji GA 645zi camera.



"Christos Takes A Break“: From the conceptual series, "In Another Light“. Produced with: Fuji Pro 400H film and a Fuji GA 645zi camera.


"In Tarkovsky Mood“: Portrait of Oscar-winning actor Christian Harting. Produced with: Portra 800 film and a Fuji GX 680 camera.


"Miss You Already“: Part 2 of the contemporary series, "The Weekend“. Produced with Portra 400 film and a Fuji GX 680 camera.


"The Owls Are Not What They Seem“: Part 4 of the cinematic series, "Welcome to Twin Peaks“, based on the TV show, "Twin Peaks“ by David Lynch and Mark Frost. Produced with: Portra 400 film and a Fuji GX 680 camera.


"Sunday Mass“: Part 1 of the contemporary series, "The Weekend“. Produced with: Portra 400 film and a Fuji GX 680 camera.


"Laura‘s Secret Diary“: Part 8 of the cinematic series, "Welcome to Twin Peaks“, based on the TV show "Twin Peaks“ by David Lynch and Mark Frost. Produced with: Portra 400 film and a Fuji GX 680 camera.


"Josie‘s Dilemma“: Part 10 of the cinematic series, "Welcome to Twin Peaks“, based on the TV show "Twin Peaks“ by David Lynch and Mark Frost. Produced with Portra 400 film and a Fuji GX 680 camera.

 

Check out Frank's website here.