According to my friend Nathan Flinch, a NYC Magazine Photographer:
I’m that guy, the blur bobbing and weaving through the crowd, taking close-ups of people or objects, with a loud shutter, pockets full of film. People jump when they hear the click, never to get a word in, because I had already floated on. When Nathan and I first met, he thought I was homeless, clicking away with an empty camera. It’s all part of an act—- If you look harmless, people will assume you are harmless.
To reach Coyote Ridge, which is dominated by a fairly large coyote pack, you have to hike, or ski through the valley passage. The last time I was here, a big gust of wind nearly tossed me off the side of the mountain, while I was swapping out my lens. I watch helplessly as my Asahi Pentax prime lens bounced and fell into the river below. This time I traveled light and use a Holga TLR, 120mm Neopan Acros 100, and a red filter.
I'm Lui Aponte, an analog/analogue, still life photographer, and part time photojournalist from NYC. All photographs are film, or darkroom produced, unless specified.
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