Fort Worth Black Lives Matter Protest by Zerb Mellish

Fort Worth BLM Protests by Zerb Mellish on Shoot It With Film

Today, we’re featuring work from film photographer Zerb Mellish. Zerb documented moments from the Black Lives Matter protest in Fort Worth, Texas. Here are a few words from Zerb about his experience and hope for change…

“Change the Rules” the reason Rosa sat on the bus: When I got to the protest, there were so many people of different ethnicity, religions, and beliefs. The crowd was huge, so much bigger than I could’ve imagined. Getting there, I immediately felt the energy of the crowd. People wanting and praying for change – praying that this is the last life taken.

Analog cameras and films used: Canon AE-1 Program | Ilford HP5

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Fort Worth BLM Protest 35mm Film Canon AE-1 Ilford HP5
Fort Worth BLM Protests by Zerb Mellish on Shoot It With Film
Fort Worth BLM Protests by Zerb Mellish on Shoot It With Film
Fort Worth BLM Protests by Zerb Mellish on Shoot It With Film
Fort Worth BLM Protests by Zerb Mellish on Shoot It With Film
Fort Worth BLM Protests by Zerb Mellish on Shoot It With Film

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