Hello there. My name is Jeff Soderquist. I’m a Seattle based film photographer, who loves nothing more than taking full advantage of the many luxuries living in the Emerald City affords me. More often than not, you’ll find me hiking along one of the regions many trails, enjoying a pint with friends at a local brewery, or taking in a University of Washington football or Mariners game.
My photography reflects these many adventures, as I strive to create a narrative of the world around me. Pinhole cameras are my primary tool set with which I record the light around me. You’ll also find a healthy dose of Holga, and various other medium format and 35mm cameras used to create my images. That being said you won’t find much talk about camera gear or post processing tips here, as neither topic excites me all that much. For me photography is less about the technical aspect of making an image, and more about the journey taken to create them. What you’ll find here is honest dialogue about the photographic process, from the birth of an idea to the finished product.
I invite you to join me in the conversation. You’d be amazed at how much knowledge and insight each of has bottled up inside. Why not share a little?