Henri Béchard • New Yorker

Saturday, 28 January 2017

“Back then there were no ‘layers’ and you only had one ‘undo’ command before the changes you made were permanent. I figured out a way to print my images inverted onto transparent film and use these ‘negatives’ to make 20×24-inch black and white prints in the darkroom. I would then sepia tone the prints to make them look old.” Simen Johan • British Journal of Photography

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