Film photography can be a social activity. However, photographers have been adapting to the current situation and changing habits amidst a virus outbreak.
Three film enthusiasts share their experience of taking pictures while the world is isolating. ▪️
Sheena She @thefilmbruja:
My creativity is high right now, so I have been using this time to finesse my film photo skills. I also have some film that I destroyed and been trying to make videos (no success, yet) to share my knowledge of film during this time.
Devon Adams @devoncadams:
I teach high school photography in Gilbert, AZ, USA and had a group of students in Greece on a photo trip earlier in March. We barely made it out of Europe before the borders were closed, so I am quarantined with my wife & three teen daughters here at home.
Joe Abbruscato @analog_anathema:
I took a few photos all upon landing at Los Angeles Airport (LAX) the day that the Covid-19 US travel restrictions placed upon the UK went into effect. Due to the restrictions going up all over Europe, my flights were cancelled, changed, and then rerouted, completely altered to the point that I had to spend the entire night in Terminal 4 of LAX before making the final leg of my journey home to Phoenix.
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