I can no longer put it off. The clocks have changed, evenings are short, light is becoming precious and facts must be faced. For the next few months, taking photographs will be less about vivid colour and brilliant light. It's hard for me to believe that it's really only been a year since I went in the new direction with my photography and turned analog. What an incredible journey I've had; trials and errors, joys and sorrows, new skills and ways of looking and thinking. And don't get me started on the amount of cameras I've somehow acquired in the past year!
But last winter I took hardly any photographs on film, as I assumed that low light and film were a bad mix. This year I will rise to the challenge gallantly. No more aforementioned vivid colour and brilliant light, let's talk about capturing muted colour, form and atmosphere. I still have so much to learn.