Like many others I guess, I edit pictures whilst listening to music. I always have done, ever since my darkroom days. I even write whilst listening to music – though there cannot be any vocals, too distracting.
Often the music dictates what I edit and indeed the way I might edit it. And, of course, some pictures just call for a specific genre or mood of music.
Whilst editing this series on Lincolnshire Landscapes I started out with “Arvo Pärt, Cantus in Memoriam Benjamin Britten”. In many ways this set the tone for the editing, particularly the opening shots.
I hope you enjoy the pictures and the music.
I can resonate with this. I tend to listed to darker and heavier music when I’m editing photos
I had a look at your website this morning. It’s an interesting read.
I haven’t been film for years but I have hundreds of negs, of many sizes, from when film was king. I still print some, of course they’ve been scanned – I sold my darkroom 20 years back.
Some of my favourite images were used using film. I’m not convinced it’s anything to do with the medium. Perhaps I was just ‘better’ back then.
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