Crossing over 2010-2011
A book with no theme, purpose, or even an actual goal. This project is only a mere attempt at finally crossing the line between film and digital with a Leica M. On the end, it represents four situations: landscapes, people, things (processed in B&W) and a tiny atypical color exploration, which I resisted until going digital. Particular attention to details and file constrution was observed for this undertaking; I hope you like it. Please feel free to voice your opinion in the comment section (good, bad, amazed, puzzled...). Don't hesitate to check my website for more info.
by Fred Clerc
About the Book
What would happen after shooting, processing film, and printing for 25 years? Will it just work? Is it better?.. Is it even worth it? Two years after making the switch, I'm not going back.
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Large Format Landscape, 13×11 in, 33×28 cm
- Publish Date Dec 19, 2011
- Tags James Carter, black & white, black + white, black and white, 135 mm, 90 mm, 28 mm, 50 mm, institut du monde arabe, Herrero, track, rail, train, station, gare, horloge, clock, Zürich, Zurich, saxo, saxophone, bar, pub, rugby, Suisse, Switzerland, APO, Leica, M9, Summicron, ASPH, Elmarit, Iceland, Islande, Paris, France, submarine, sous-marin, street, rue, scène, scene, music, musique, landscape, paysage, volcano, volcan, Bruxelles, Brussels, Atomium, demonstration, manifestation, metal, métal, glass, verre