The Prague Post – Vojtěch Sláma chronicles the poetry of ordinary moments:
At a time when even traditionally minded photographers have moved to digital equipment for much of their work, Vojtěch Sláma remains resolutely committed to analog technology – in particular, using old-fashioned equipment like the 6×6 cm twin-lens reflex camera, and continuing to make his own black-and-white, square-format enlargements in the time-honored way.
She knew my work because she had worked for the Allgemeine before I did and they were sending her weekly copies. Her first comment was, “I’m not going to do any of your crazy stuff for you.” I said, “Hey, that’s up to you. We’re supposed to do a story together. If you don’t want to do any stuff at all for me, that’s okay too.”