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How I Found Freedom in California Through A Camera Lens

The United States of America experienced one of its most notorious times in the year of 2020. It seemed as if every year prior...

The Canon New F1 Is A Boss of Epic Proportions

Most film photographers tend to have a menagerie of gear available to them. Being asked which one is your favorite is kind of like...

Snatch This Camera, It’s More Durable Than A Busted Knee

When I first moved to New York three years ago, I knew I wanted to get into film photography but had no idea where...

The Mamiya RB67 is Hefty and Versatile (like yo momma)

If you’ve ever looked into medium format cameras, you’ve probably come across the Mamiya RB67. So often that you might even be sick of...

Tyler Mitchell Shoots A World Where Black Folks Are Free in New Book

Tyler Mitchell is a young photographer who is on the fast track to being legendary. At the age of 24, Tyler has already made...

6 Ways Film Companies Can Step Up Like Street Candy

It's a battle to love analog film while also desiring to decrease our carbon footprint on the earth. It's true that world of film...

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