Northern Sustainable Darkroom: A green revolution for analogue photography

Northern Sustainable Darkroom: A green revolution for analogue photography

I stand at the edge of the forest, my dilapidated Canon in hand. Mist rises from the trees, as two pigeons snap their wings in hasty exit. A path snakes ahead, deep into the wooded dark. Raising my camera, I peer through the scuffed lens. I hold my finger to the shutter, waiting for the light to change. But unexpectedly, I hesitate. Embers of doubt burn in my mind – that would soon turn to great, leaping flames. 

Those first flickers of doubt were of course concerned with sustainability.

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I stand at the edge of the forest, my dilapidated Canon in hand. Mist rises from the trees, as two pigeons snap their wings in hasty exit. A path snakes ahead, deep into the wooded dark. Raising my camera, I peer through the scuffed lens. I hold my finger to the shutter, waiting for the light to change. But unexpectedly, I hesitate. Embers of doubt burn in my mind – that would soon turn to great, leaping flames. 
Those first flickers of doubt were of course concerned with sustainability.
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