Photographer Cathleen Naundorf is questioning her industry’s slide into a digital world (she prefers shooting with large-format cameras and Polaroid or negative films). “I couldn’t work like that. It’s too fast and so many pictures. Why do we need so many?”
Good question. Like vinyl versus MP3s, analogue photography has a warmer atmosphere than digital, perhaps because it feels closer to the human experience. Its
existence in the physical world is proof of an investment of time and care – every
click must be considered, rather than relying on quantity to result in quality. Less
really is more, because Naundorf ’s images of haute couture have magic in spades.
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