Posted by: John Bradford
Alfred Stieglitz once said that the camera is inconsequential. Meaning it didn’t matter what camera you had it was up to the photographer to make a decent photo. Now you have to worry about megapixels and a decent processor. Digital makes some things easier no doubt but it also adds limitations where they weren’t before. Below is a photo of Danny Supa from a trip to Minneapolis. Bare bones photo settup. Just a roll of film and an inconsequential camera.
Danny Supa, backside heelflip.
Check back next Thursday for more film photos!