Welcome to Latent Image, Surfwaco’s first weekly feature. Every Monday we’ll focus on the work of a different photographer, living or dead. The term latent image describes the invisible image produced on film after it is exposed to light and before it is developed. So it doesn’t apply at all to modern digital photography but it sounds cool and I thought if I named the series I’d have a better chance of remembering to post every week. Here goes!
Our first artist is Noah Kalina, a Brooklyn-based photographer with a knack for capturing moments. This series is called “Scenes.” Each photograph seems to tell a part of a story and just how the circumstances described within each frame came to be is left entirely to your imagination.
View the full set here.