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How To Photograph With Purpose

The smartphone is probably-- at this point-- the most ubiquitous camera around. In a click or less, virtually anything you can ever want to...

5 Ways To Level Up Now That Kodak Film Prices Are Skyrocketing

In just one year, the prices for Kodak film have almost doubled in price. A box of Portra 400 was $41.99 last year and...

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...

Photodom Processes 5000 Rolls of Film and New Store Updates!

Since officially opening headquarters at 1717 Broadway in September, Photodom has been on a roll (hehe) creating a haven for photographers and creatives alike...

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...

Introducing the Photography Major: Black Eyes Have a Voice At Spelman

In 2017, Spelman college added a prestigious photography major to their course of studies. This is a major feat of a historically black woman's...

Chanda Hopkins On Using Photography As A Gateway To Life

"I shot in Brooklyn, when people weren't shooting in Brooklyn. Well...when people WERE shooting in Brooklyn actually! Chanda softly laughs at the double irony...

5 Black Women Photographers To Follow Right Now on Instagram

Armanda Colson. Armanda is a black photographer living her best life in Singapore. Her work is all about celebrating life in living color, as...

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