After moving my family half way round the world for a few months and navigating endless paperwork, I am finally a little more settled. I’m waiting for development chemicals to be delivered for black and white film photography, so in the mean time I’m shooting digital.
One of my justifications for my foray into film photography was to make myself a better photographer by having to go back to basics and focus on producing good clean images to work with. I noticed the change in the way I approach street photography with my digital camera. No more spray and pray, I take more time looking for the photo and imaging (also call pre-visualising) the photo before I pull the trigger.
Shooting in Granada is wonderful. So many people, so much to see. I’m like a kid in a candy store. With M&Ms in my pocket!