Queer Analog Darkroom is a non-profit, inclusive photography and darkroom collective for analog photography in Berlin. The core team consists of eight people each contributing a wide range of different skills and knowledge around photography. Besides their queerness that connects them, it is also their different identities and experiences of discrimination or marginalization that shape the collective work and perspectives on photography. QAD wants to make knowledge around analog photography accessible, to those who are often denied access due to their identities and/or experiences of marginalization.
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Nikita

For my style I like to play around with gender stereotypes, as well as colour while always being comfortable. I have a casual look, my focus is set on how I feel my body and am able to move it. I feel most comfortable in training fits, joggers and mixing it up with street wear. Wearing fancy sunglasses or shoes with a very basic outfit, give me a lot set secureness and fun in dressingFor my style I like to play around with gender stereotypes, as well as colour while always being comfortable. I have a casual look, my focus is set on how I feel my body and am able to move it. I feel most comfortable in training fits, joggers and mixing it up with street wear. Wearing fancy sunglasses or shoes with a very basic outfit, give me a lot set secureness and fun in dressing

Nikita

For my style I like to play around with gender stereotypes, as well as colour while always being comfortable. I have a casual look, my focus is set on how I feel my body and am able to move it. I feel most comfortable in training fits, joggers and mixing it up with street wear. Wearing fancy sunglasses or shoes with a very basic outfit, give me a lot set secureness and fun in dressingFor my style I like to play around with gender stereotypes, as well as colour while always being comfortable. I have a casual look, my focus is set on how I feel my body and am able to move it. I feel most comfortable in training fits, joggers and mixing it up with street wear. Wearing fancy sunglasses or shoes with a very basic outfit, give me a lot set secureness and fun in dressing
Nikita
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Jasper

Navigating masculine fashion has been a journey of exploration and freedom for me. Influenced by the tapestry of gay proll streetwear, I find comfort and expression in style. Each piece of clothing, each accessory, is a stroke on the canvas of my identity, pushing against stereotypes and reshaping what masculinity means to me.Navigating masculine fashion has been a journey of exploration and freedom for me. Influenced by the tapestry of gay proll streetwear, I find comfort and expression in style. Each piece of clothing, each accessory, is a stroke on the canvas of my identity, pushing against stereotypes and reshaping what masculinity means to me.

Jasper

Navigating masculine fashion has been a journey of exploration and freedom for me. Influenced by the tapestry of gay proll streetwear, I find comfort and expression in style. Each piece of clothing, each accessory, is a stroke on the canvas of my identity, pushing against stereotypes and reshaping what masculinity means to me.Navigating masculine fashion has been a journey of exploration and freedom for me. Influenced by the tapestry of gay proll streetwear, I find comfort and expression in style. Each piece of clothing, each accessory, is a stroke on the canvas of my identity, pushing against stereotypes and reshaping what masculinity means to me.
Jasper
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Mia

What I wear in the street is almost what I would wear at home, it has to be cozy and myself, and nonbinary! What I like most about this choice of pieces, this style, is that I can move freely but at the same time take myself seriously if I have to. I like how these pieces make me look ready for spring weather but with all the detailed layers I still feel ready for the cold tooWhat I wear in the street is almost what I would wear at home, it has to be cozy and myself, and nonbinary! What I like most about this choice of pieces, this style, is that I can move freely but at the same time take myself seriously if I have to. I like how these pieces make me look ready for spring weather but with all the detailed layers I still feel ready for the cold too

Mia

What I wear in the street is almost what I would wear at home, it has to be cozy and myself, and nonbinary! What I like most about this choice of pieces, this style, is that I can move freely but at the same time take myself seriously if I have to. I like how these pieces make me look ready for spring weather but with all the detailed layers I still feel ready for the cold tooWhat I wear in the street is almost what I would wear at home, it has to be cozy and myself, and nonbinary! What I like most about this choice of pieces, this style, is that I can move freely but at the same time take myself seriously if I have to. I like how these pieces make me look ready for spring weather but with all the detailed layers I still feel ready for the cold too
Mia