It’s nice to be visited by old friends from time to time. This was a surprise visit from my former host Sidney Blake.
- personal project Flawed Perfection
- Sid Fuji XT-1 camera woes (I still think it’s just full of sprinkles)
- Film photography
Until next week!
Great conversations are always welcome, even when we don’t fully agree with them. That’s what Antonio and Mark did on Switch to Manual podcast, discussing the idea of Creative Oasis. You should definitely listen to that discussion. Having a student can give you ideas on see the world a little differently. You as a teacher can learn a lot from a student, how they observe the world. Which in turn makes you go through a roll of film in less than an hour instead of days or even months.
Old age discussion film vs digital is essentially BS. They are both used to create images, and should be taken as such. Film is much slower and teaches you discipline, digital allows for quick view of the images you created, and leads you to a very dangerous path of spray and pray. Neither is better though, but I do miss film when shooting digital. Strange. Link to the indian whiskey: https://www.thewhiskyexchange.com/p/9372/amrut Catch you all next week!
Virtually unknown photographer, that we met by chance because he reached out to Shutter Time. Oh boy am I glad he did. Just take a look at the selection of photos above this text.
Devon is not part of any social media, apart from Twitter, that he uses to chat with this show. That’s about it. It was really great that he agreed to join Shutter Time for a personal chat about his photography. Remember mark the date of July 1 2019, as that when he promised to have his gallery site up and running!
His twitter handle is @DMcNeilPhoto if you would like to drop a line and have a chat with a really great photographer.
See you all next week!!