Karen Miki Rohee | Kaleidoscope of Emotions

Karen Miki Rohee presents a series of images that she took during quarantine that reflect the kaleidoscope of emotions she is feeling now.
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© Karen Miki Rohee

Our lives have changed dramatically since the Covid-19 outbreak. What we used to think was normal and natural, is now prohibited. The walls around us narrowed and our freedom was limited to remain safe. We end up with the dream of going outside again and wondering when we can go out again when we look out the window.

© Karen Miki Rohee

I think it is very important to learn how to care and live in harmony with nature. We have experienced many tragedies in the past, global warming, Australia fires, etc., that fragile balance must be protected. Loneliness, boredom, impatience, thoughtfulness.

© Karen Miki Rohee

I present a series of images that I took during quarantine that reflect the kaleidoscope of emotions I can now feel.

This series was taken with my faithful Canon AE1, and I used a bulk loaded an expired roll of film Ilford 400 P3. To illustrate my message, I used a technic of double exposure for some images. I processed it into an Ilford black and white development and final scan.

Bio
My name is Karen Miki Rohee, and I am from France. I started shooting about 6 years ago and have been seriously into film photography since 2017 when I got my first film camera, the Canon AE1. Since then I have my passion, street photography.
https://www.instagram.com/km_analog/
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