There was a photo here, but I missed it. That constant battle with street photography. I’ve talked about it before, so I won’t go into it at length. I’d just be repeating myself. Here’s the gist – I love scenes of daily life, but I also don’t want to be intrusive. One nice thing about film is that it lends itself to a softer focus, making it easier to obscure people’s identities. But to have gotten a decent photo here would have meant posting up and going for it. I most likely would have ruined this person’s quiet moment, and the dog would have had to re-read that page.


Analog Coffee, Seattle, winter 2019.

Analog Coffee, Seattle, winter 2019.

If you like street photography, check out Andre D. Wagner’s photos. He shoots film and then develops and prints the photos in his darkroom. I loved seeing boxes and boxes of contact sheets in one of his photos. I would find that level of organization and efficiency elusive. Goals.

If you’re curious about the level of work required, here’s an Ilford video on printing contact sheets.