Nowadays, I’ve mainly been shooting with my ContaxT2. I'm not a photographer, or anything; however, I do enjoy snapping this and that while casually walking down the street or some alleyway. The quality and process of shooting with film is incomparable to digital - not being able to immediately see what was captured is, in some ways, enlightening. You could say that I’m a bit of an old spirit. Waiting for the rolls to be developed adds to the experience of shooting with film. I even enjoy randomly browsing through those out of focus, under or overexposed moments. While organizing the rolls accumulated since I have started, I had an idea to put together posts using these, something like recollections through film photo. I got excited and dug out leaves pressed in some book last year, scanned them in and started fiddling. So here goes the first, hope you would enjoy it with us. xx
發現最近自己幾乎是用底片相機在拍照，雖然不是專業攝影師但喜歡隨身口袋裡去到哪都帶著底片相機，方便即時記錄每天生活中遇見的人物街景、 甚至是一瞬間。喜歡按下快門後無法立刻看自己究竟拍到了什麼，有時底片會不經意的曝光、或是塵粒在光線下預期外的明顯，還有每次等待底片洗出來前的期待，這些都是讓我格外享受用傳統底片相機拍照的樂趣。翻翻一直以來累積的照片，讓我想好好的整理他們，用底片機拍下的記憶和一些無所謂卻最真實的日常記錄。想到這裡開始有點興奮翻開去年秋天我夾在書裡的落葉 (經過一年很多都碎了)，把它們傳進電腦裡用剩下的幾片小葉開始亂擺，同樣的一片落葉卻是不同的秋天。這是首篇，希望在看的你也跟我們一起enjoy囉。
“Sometimes it happens that you stall, delay, wait for something to happen. Sometimes you have the feeling that here are all the makings of a picture – except for just one thing that seems to be missing. But what one thing? Perhaps someone suddenly walks into your range of view. You follow his progress through the viewfinder. You wait and wait, and then finally you press the button – and you depart with the feeling (though you don’t know why) that you’ve really got something.”
— Henri Cartier-Bresson
Photos taken with
Tri-X400 using Contax T2.