Good ideas may be right in front of you, literally. Oldskool_rider was doing what he loves best, riding his BMX with an analogue goodie in hand – searching for the perfect shot. Passing some graffiti on the way to his next meet up he realized that you do not need graffiti motifs to actually shoot graffiti!
As long as you have a permanent marker, a dark room and some imagination you should be fine!
Unwind the film in your darkroom
Whip out your secret weapon – the permanent marker – to write on the film (remember, if you write with a black marker the text will be white when you develop your shots)
When you are done writing – roll the film back up and shoot again!
Don’t tell your lab what you have done as they will refuse to develop your negatives claiming that it will ruin their chemicals (it won’t as it’s permanent marker)
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