Everyday I use digital photography for my professional work. It’s the perfect tool for today’s world, fast, accurate, easy to use and unsurprising. But what a pleasure from time to time to work in film and find this analogue material sometimes unpredictable but certainly more complex and sensory. While traveling, in Lyon, or in the studio, between professional orders, I […]
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