I used to shoot film in my teenage years back in the 90’s. Starting the 2000’s the digital era took over and I forgot about film for some time.
Over the years shooting digital I always felt like something was missing, the craft, the whole process. I got to the point that I was numb to photography.
In 2017 I had the chance to get one of my all time favorite film panorama cameras and I fell in love with film photography all over again. Since then I’m back and involved in all this very rewarding craft, from personally home developing all my film, B&W, color negative and slide, to the final print.
The prints are made on the highest quality archival photographic paper.
It brings me so much joy to know people around the world have my photos hanging somewhere and enjoying the view that I originally saw through the viewfinder.