Every day brings new posts from photographers who pride themselves on not doing anything to their images scanned from negative film, other than perhaps removing dust specs (dust is a common scanning hassle). In such posts, it sounds as if processing an image thanks to … Continue reading“No Photoshop for my scans,” really?
I often get asked why I shoot film. It’s simple: film has this “je ne sais quoi” that lends my pictures their timeless depth. In fact, the added value of film is so great that you don’t really need to compose, focus, or even choose … Continue readingWhy I shoot film (it’s what you think)