When Washed Out came to Terminal 5 back in September, I had a photo pass allowing me into the photo pit for the first three songs of his set. Every other photographer in the pit of course had their DSLRs, but I was that person who pulled out their film camera (a Minolta x-370 to be exact) and fired away, winding my film each time. I was experimenting and used some T-Max ISO 1600 film and developed them in my school’s dark room, which wasn’t equipped with the right chemicals for my film at all. Luckily enough, some of the shots turned out and below are the results! Check it!
Nancy Hoang created Hopeless Thunder in 2007. She conducts the interviews, writes the articles, photographs the concerts, and handles the site's coding & design. (She's basically a control freak.) Her work can also be seen on music publication, CMJ. Contact Nancy for image licensing, assignments, or just to say hi.