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Ed Wargin and The Edit - The Never Ending Joy of Receiving Film

What the uninitiated does not get about us is the sheer agony we put ourselves through up until the moment we receive our developed film back from the lab, at which point we experience unimaginable joy. Sounds familiar?

Photographer Ed Wargin, who we featured a couple of years ago, knows all too well the uneasiness and queasiness we film photographers experience in the days (or god forbid, weeks!) that it takes to process our rolls. Are our babies in good hands? I hope they use the right chemicals…

What follows after the agonizing wait however, is pure analogue bliss. What is your process the moment you get your mitts on the negatives? Do you hug them first, telling them you knew that they’d be safe? Or do you immediately scan them and pick off the best ones of the litter? Wargin shot his process which you can see below. Do you share similar styles? Enjoy!

Click for Ed Wargin’s photographs from his Fresh Coast Project

written by cruzron

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