ilford hp5, nikon fm2, rc paper (pearl)
'one should not only photograph things for what they are but for what else they are.'
rediscovered these photos from last semester while i was trying to put together my portfolio. (or just trying to avoid doing actual work thats due tomorrow)
sometimes, i just cant tell reality from fabricated memory anymore.
and i cant decide if thats a bad thing or not.
but maybe not? because at the end of the day, made-up memory often softens the harshness of actual reality.