Today we have the work of Alvin Ho in Reader Showcase. He’s shooting 6×6 film on a Russian Twin-Lens Reflex (TLR) camera, which looks like this. Using one involves staring down into a wait level finder and confusing bystanders.
- Name & Online Presence: Alvin Ho (http://www.alvin-ho.com/ http://instagram.com/shootingcomma)
- About the Photographs: A series exploring the transient, temporal nature of human presence in public spaces. While these places exist for a long period, the occupants simply fade in and out of their temporal existence.
- About the Photographer: Alvin is a photographer who specializes in street photography and fine art photography involving human and abstract subjects. His visual works often deal with the exploration of social issues and human emotions, as well as the human condition. Alvin uses both digital and film as his chosen media for photography, and also engages in freelance photojournalism.
- Equipment Used: Lubitel 166B, Kodak Tri-X, Kodak TMax developer
- Additional Information: I’m currently working on a portrait series as a form of dialogue between the inner self and the identities of individuals as defined by society, through 25 images and interviews.
- Critique Requested: [Yes/No]