A couple of months back, Em of Emulsive.org got in touch to tell me that Andre Domingues, everyone’s favourite co-captain of the Negative Positives Film Photography Podcast, was going to be visiting Ireland for a brief stop-over on his way home from Photokina. Continue reading
I’ll be writing up my 52 Rolls summary in the next week or so, but suffice to say that shooting so much film through 2016 has been a complete game-changer. When I read about the project (on Emulsive) in Poland the week before last New Year, I couldn’t have imagined that it would have become so all consuming, changing the way I take pictures completely, and costing me a small fortune in cameras, film and processing.
But more on that to follow…
I wrote before about photographers being collectors, creating sets of pictures on a theme. These collections can range from loosely related sets waiting for a theme to develop, to one day projects relating to a city that we might be visiting, through to long-term or even life-long projects. Some will stall along the way, but the fact that we’ve got out and taken the pictures is usually valuable and can lead to other experiences.