darkness as who a mess up

Never once did I tell myself you must have this piece of lens or this computer to be better. Stubborn as I came I’ll stick with what comes naturally and learn with what tools I have. I was handed an old Sears 35mm camera before being called a teen. I believe that was the same time I wanted to be the director of photography in those moving films. 

Alright Alright..

The first photograph above was shot on the camera below. It was one of my first rolls of medium format film I have ever shot. I’m not one to be on either side of the digital/film debate. I believe they are both beautiful in their own right. I will tell you underexposing film vs. digital can make a much more appetizing effect. That grain is thick and is a reminder to me that a mess or a fuzz is a damn beautiful thing. So little light that hits you may be just enough.

 I’d like to get away from I’s but I never was much of a writer. What I saw couldn’t be described in a few paragraphs. The power of a photograph to tell you so much and say so little. Mind you I’m sure all the gibberish I’ll scribble below a photograph guides you through the image. Words can hold your nervous little hands. Words can help open your eyelids wider seeing outside your tunnel.

 I started a Patreon account and failing miserably at consistent updates. What the hay, let me start another thing to ignore. Maybe eye won’t this time. 

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