I bought a film camera about a half a year ago and it has taken me just as long to figure out how to use it. A lot of my shots were over/underexposed, at the wrong speed, etc. There was a frustrating trial and error process that used to be the norm before digital cameras. The back and forth interaction between the obvious amateur and the photo developer who will roll his eyes and tell you what you did wrong. You go back and try again. But some of the mistakes I’ve made have been the photos I like the most. I kinda hope I don’t lose some of that stupidity. AK


2 Responses to “Never Unpacking One’s Suitcase (photos by Alex KOCH)”
  1. Tudor says:

    I really really like the one with the half turned woman, the one before it with the boats and the one with the three chairs. Oh, and the one with the pyramids!

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