A small post some weeks ago provoked a series of diatribes and a healthy round of insults directed at me across the internet. Titled Why I Shoot Film And Why You Should Give A Damn it reflected the results of a very personal examination of my preference for shooting with film cameras, though I admitted that as a professional I must and do frequently use digital cameras for client work.
Paolo Roversi is a fashion photographer. His images lovingly tactile and in some cases surprisingly human.
I found him echoing some similar sentiments about the connection between uncertainty and creativity to what I had spoken about in my post, though he is far more eloquent and more stylish in his presence and delivery.
You can listen to it here, thanks to A Photo Editor