When it comes to your street photography, shoot prolifically- but also sit on your images and let them marinate before looking at them.
– Eric Kim
Eric’s one of the few street photographers that I’m currently inspired by. That above quote points out what film helps you to do — slow down. You have to be more discerning with what you chose to capture and, even after you take the shot, you can’t see the result immediately.
This roll continues my getting comfortable with Fuji Superia 400 film as it is used with my camera and 50mm lens. Like the last, this roll was also developed and scanned at Moldaner’s. I’m liking the way the colors look. A good example of the vibrance is in the photo with the pink-haired girl.
Stepping outside the comfort zone, I tried out a double exposure. Other than that, more street photography. Still trying to find my way in terms of what I like to capture and how I’d like to do it.
View more from Film Rekindled here.