Posts tagged 35mm film
CONCERT GALLERY: Brockhampton at Rock & Roll Hotel in Washington D.C.
PAARKESINE: a Trip to Indonesia, the Land of Contradictions

This is what you’re getting hit with every day when road tripping through remote parts of Indonesia. A country where extreme beauty and obscure chaos walk hand in hand to create this constant flow of uncommonness that we can’t help but come back to every time.

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My Letter to Portland

Being a girl who spends her days galavanting Zuma end to end, why would I choose to spend a chunk of my winter up in the cold, grey Pacific Northwest? I mean, apart from my awesome cousins, that cute dude I met at the skatepark back in summer and the fact my broken wrist means surfing is out of the picture.

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Megan Barrett: More Than a Woman Swimming with a Camera

People are naturally drawn to ask about my camera and start a conversation with me about it in the water. I hope that people’s intrigue in the Nikonos and the images I produce is what creates an interest in my photography, and not the fact that I am a woman swimming with a camera. 

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Out of the Box: the Rise of Sneaker Culture

From Keds to Air Jordans, Chuck Taylors to Poworamas, sneakers have come a long way in their rise from athletic footwear to the centerpiece of urban fashion.  Today, some of the most cutting-edge designers create stylish “kicks” with an appeal that extends beyond the streets and onto the runway. 

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Homes of Northern Virginia

Although the aesthetic of a house might lead you to assume the type of family that occupies it, you can never fully know until you meet those individuals.

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Forgotten Art: Film Photography and the Darkroom

Over years of shooting film and processing it myself in the darkroom, I’ve learned how genuine this type of photography is and how distant it is to today’s cameras.

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Midas Touch

A very refreshing take on streetwear by Ismael Villa.

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The Gardens of Versailles

His passion for photography and illustration means that many of our trips and memories are beautifully documented - you couldn't ask for a better companion. 

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Street Politics: Political Protest in the City of Angels

By the time I’ve entered my third year in college, I have already photographed countless protests in Los Angeles. I’ve been to enough demonstrations to detect certain patterns — you meet the same people, hear the same chants, and see the same banners over and over again at every protest.

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Zipper Blues

But as you get older your friend group gets smaller and best friends become old memories. Life gets in the way and at the end of the day, you'll only have yourself. That chapter ends and a new one begins. 

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Colors in Cape Town

A stunning set of photos inspired by Wes Anderson as photographer, Fahad Khokhar, explores South Africa.

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