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Late Night Polaroids.

Photographs by Emily Earl.
Aint–Bad, 2020. 96 pp., 9x7".

Publisher's Description

Influenced by Weegee’s gritty street photography, Brassai’s Paris images and the work of Jill Freedman and Walker Evans, these black and white portraits are a collection of late-night flashes that capture the energy of downtown Savannah, Georgia after dark.

I use a Polaroid ProPack camera and Fujifilm FP-3000b instant film to document the people who frequent the bars in this swampy city, where it’s legal to leave with your drink and go out into the streets. Though bars and clubs are where people go at night, the streets and sidewalks are where they really meet. These images are a glimpse of the characters and the drama that ensues. A show of fashion, lust and loneliness comes to a close each night only when the house lights come on.

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