Hey guys, didnt know there was a place for "film" in this forum, but apparently there is!. So back in 2010 a huge earthquake struck the central-south part of Chile. The magnitude was 8,8. One of the biggest earthquake in history. I was there, shot it and designed a little book with all proceeds to the red cross. This book got just a little bit of buzz locally mainly, and never talked about it ever since. Till now, while working on my website a friend of mine suggested to post about this project. And so i took the time, re visited the negatives, re processed them and uploaded the story about it. go check it out http://chrisleskovsek.com/updatesnews/2013/9/7/88-pieces Heres a preview <IMG SRC="https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/1030775/8%2C8%20Pieces/pieces158.jpg" HEIGHT="498" WIDTH="800" BORDER="0"> <IMG SRC="https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/1030775/8%2C8%20Pieces/pieces062.jpg" HEIGHT="498" WIDTH="800" BORDER="0"> <IMG SRC="https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/1030775/8%2C8%20Pieces/pieces019.jpg" HEIGHT="498" WIDTH="800" BORDER="0"> Its really impressive to revisit 3 year old negatives, I was just starting to take photography more seriously, i was all over film, using compact cameras, at one point had 17 cameras! my favorites were russian Lomo LCA, Olympus TRIP35 and the Contax T2. I think there were nice pictures in those negatives but now with all i know Ive probably shot the story way differently and i was just thinking that my keepers would have been way more than what it was. Funny enough, now that i was writing about it, picked up a lot of what i considered "out takes" when i first did this book.