Today's installment of 100 Creatives profiled Galina Kurlat, a photographer who uses long, aged processes to develop her photos, giving them a haunting, nostalgic look. In an age of immediacy, Kurlat's work relies on involved processes (some dating back to th 19th century) that would drive most early-adopters crazy.
But reader Westey found Kurlat's methods both interesting and superior, simply stating:
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beautiful images. analog > digital