Analog photographs never cease to astonish me. Encapsulating the uniqueness of a moment forever without endless lakes requires a lot of luck, speed, and—at the same time—patience. To be in the moment and notice its details to decide what to capture.
There is no preview or deletion. It feels much more like art: thoughts go into each piece, one has to think about exposure and composition without another try—like paint on a canvas.
Something that digital photography cannot replace.
“We’re just to busy to remember to slow down.”