With this post I assume it is of great interest (to someone at least), to see, unedited, unfiltered, what a street photographer captures before they has the chance to filter out 98% of the material and pretend to be perfect. Film is restrictive, it allows you the opportunity to slow down, defy the FOMO and really focus on recording the things that really grab your attention. This set contains the only images I have ever had published, as part of a National Geographic competition but I have sub-consciously kept most of them to myself. But after a few years of contemplation I realise the value, perhaps educational of showing them off.
Many people think film photography is too hard, or too expensive. It would be if you tried to keep up with 5000 shots a day Nikon DSLR photographer, but that's not the point. There is reason most photography schools will start you off with a nice plastic Minolta from the 80s and a few rolls of expired film.
Well that's it folks, apart from mobile phone snaps my now wife (we got engage on this trip) took, this is everything I captured in Israel and Palestine.
Peace and Love,