3 thoughts on “One-Twenty”

  1. Absolutely loved this video. The music is delightful, leading the viewer to follow the story conveyed so wonderfully in the closeup photography. Makes me want to head down into my basement to dig out my old analog equipment…

  2. Really got to me.  I love how you spotlighted the Tri X film. I retired from Eastman Kodak in 2007 after a 31+ year career.  I was never a professional but I had a darkroom in my parents basement when I was teenager.  I still remember the magic of seeing my black and white prints appear on the photo paper when I would process the paper in the chemicals after exposing it.  

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