Easily one of my favourite artists out there, spoken word poet Sarah Kay recites an inspiring piece about the art of photography and her family's connection to the craft.
"It didn’t always work this way, there was a time you had to get your hands dirty. When you were in the dark, for most of it fumbling was a given. If you needed more contrast, more saturation darker-darks and brighter-brights they called it “extended development”, it meant you spent longer inhaling chemicals , longer up to your wrists, it wasn’t always easy...."
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