“Every great photographer has a black and white photo of dead fish.”

2 Kennellys, 1 Simpson, and a roll of B&W film in Seattle.

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This entry was published on June 4, 2014 at 9:01 am. It’s filed under analog, film, hasselblad, seattle and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

6 thoughts on ““Every great photographer has a black and white photo of dead fish.”

  1. I wonder who said that?!

  2. what the H.E.DOUBLE HOCKEY STICKS am I doing in that picture!???

    I sorta look like the dead fish!
    also, yes to a Ferris Wheel, and Andy CAWCAWCAW-ennelly in black and white.

  3. oh and the stairs always YES to the stairs…. but you knew that.

  4. Staci Lee on said:

    That quote is awesome! Such a fun day!

  5. that’s a good one! dead fish….a must. thanks for sharing. I have really enjoyed the photo’s of the day you all shared.

  6. Oh that quote! Terrific portraits all around. Makes me wish I were on the west coast so I could tag along…

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