Aperture - In 1962, Czech French photographer Josef Koudelka began documenting the everyday lives of Europe’s Roma communities. Carrying only his equipment and a rucksack, Koudelka would spend the next decade moving between different Roma settlements and villages in then-Czechoslovakia, Romania, Hungary, France, and Spain. His resulting images offered an intimate glimpse into these largely marginalized communities, exploring themes of alienation and displacement.
It’s the beautiful, retro-styled love child of a digital and film camera. Photography can be back-breaking work. After running a photography business for seven years, the heavy equipment I was toting started