The past six weeks have been an inspiring, challenging, and thought-provoking photographic journey. As I've mentioned before, the first camera I ever shot with was a Kodak FunSaver disposable on a school field trip, and boy was it a walk down memory lane. Those who have suffered through the lengthy descriptions of my street photography "process" know that it involves a lot of thinking, light meter readings, mental calculations for zone focusing, etc. For this project, all of that went out the window. I was forced to stop thinking so much, raise the camera to my eye, fire the shutter, wind the film advance wheel, and repeat. And much to my surprise, I ended up taking some of my favorite street shots of this year. I won't be giving up my Leica any time soon, mind you, but I've certainly gained a newfound respect for the humble disposable camera. Please enjoy the following video, a first for Timeless Streets, where I describe in further detail my experience throughout the project.