Ever since I bought my first "real" camera (Canon EF), I have loved playing with light and capturing odd and wonderful things. Then, you take this tiny backward item people call a negative, shine light through it, put it in magic liquid and shazam, you have a photo. Then, if the photo is not that good after all, you abuse it a little with random kitchen findings and you might just give it what it was missing.
Why would you want to be doing anything else?
I only use film, and my pictures are printed in a darkroom.
I do not use photoshop or any computer enhancing techniques.
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