You’ll wish you were there.
The first few days after Coachella are always tough. Tough for the actual festival goers who are probably still shaking off a hangover, but even more so for all of us who didn’t get to experience the sea of flower crowns, fringed vests, and whatever other Coachella ‘fit clichés at all. Luckily, MADE Tribe photographer Andrew Boyle allows us to experience Coachella vicariously through his photo diary:
“While on assignment at festivals I typically machine gun my way through shooting live acts on digital cameras. Tight turn around at West Coast festivals to meet East Coast deadlines leads to all night editing sessions so they hit inboxes as NYC wakes up. This time round I took my Horizon film camera, a variation on the Wide Lux, to capture a few portraits and some atmosphere. The Wide Lux is a 35mm film camera with a mechanical swinging lens that often leads to fluid distortions and, if used correctly, some gorgeous double exposures that can’t be replicated digitally in camera. It represents its own functional challenges but the reaction from subjects and the perspective that encompasses the human eye’s field of peripheral vision makes it an interesting one to keep in the bottom of your camera bag.” – Andrew Boyle
Photography: Andrew Boyle