Nhà Bè, Vietnam
These are shot on a Hasselblad 500C with Kodak Portra 160. The scans are done by the lab here in Saigon, as well as the developing. Hopefully the scans are why they look less than stellar, and not the actual developing. Its most difficult to find someone or a facility here that can properly develop negatives and will actually take care of them. hope to give them a proper scan one day and see what they truly look like.
Several people have said, “i would like it better without the garbage in the frame” and this is my response…
1. I don’t like altering a scene, and prefer to shoot things the way they are.
2. People in the countryside, especially children and extremely shy, and it can be extremely difficult to capture them.
The image of the boy in the boat was my last 2 frames on what i later found out to be a malfunctioning film back.