Ta-ku's photography, the universal subject of the Neighbo(u)r project and its inclusivity motivated me to take this opportunity to experiment more with film photography.
Since I am a graphic designer, I do not know much about photography. I’ve been trying to have fun with point and shoot cameras for a few months now; I still have no idea what I'm doing.
My need for perfection has always choked my creativity. The process of photographing with a point and shoot allows my thoughts to give up their perfectionist desire to control the results of everything I do, even if only for a moment.
Most of the roll ended up being poorly framed photos of people I love who are trying to get ready for the picture.
Still, in exchange of a clumsy picture, I got a moment of carefreeness. All thanks to my patient and loving friends (that hate the fact that I never wait for them to get ready), and also thanks to Ta-ku.