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Milkweed

Milkweed

Shooting with film is all about choices. There’s an incremental cost with film that digital simply doesn’t have. And with medium format, that shutter press is a commitment to development and scanning. It forces one to slow down and think through the details. On the same roll of film with office towers, I also have this little gem of a milkweed plant preparing for its next generation.

  • Eaves, Chris (Oct. 13, 2018). Milkweed [Photograph]. Hoffman Estates, Illinois. Shot on a Bronica SQ-A at 80mm on Kodak TMX100 pushed 1 stop

 


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