These images were taken using a 1980s Praktica camera (a relic of East German manufacturing). I had the film traditionally developed then used a photograph scanner to digitise the negatives. The repeated developing processes age the landscapes. Even digitisation, which forces film into the here and now of the computer screen, has worn away at the textures of the original exposures. My scanning the negatives has scratched the surfaces and diminished saturation, adding in white streaks and blocks of black. Digitisation may be the future, but here it helps spirit us back to an old London that looks frayed around the edges.