“Most of the world seemed to have moved on from film stocks, and the cameras were no more than vintage keepsakes of photography history. I would get strange looks whenever people figured out I was shooting with a film camera. We were seen as a bunch of misfits — or hipsters, as the wretched label came to be. But, the deeper I got into it, the clearly I saw what shooting film meant for those who did: it’s a form of creative rebellion in a world that puts a premium on perfection.“

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