Malaysian box camera photographer Jeffrey Lim reflects on busy year of diverse projects

An instant portrait session by Jeffrey Lim with the local indigenous activist group of Kampung Sungai Eloi, Pitas in Sabah, March. Photo: Albert Bansa

Just give these photographers a box and they will give you a picture. At least, that is what it looks like to the average passer-by.

Box cameras, essentially a camera and a darkroom in one, are usually homemade and might look every bit like a humble photography tool.

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