Posts tagged film photography
Artist Spotlight: Thien Nguyen

We sat down with Thien Nguyen, a professional film photographer based out of Washington DC and a staff photographer for the magazine. She talked about her work, creative process, and some of the challenges she faces as an ethnic female artist.

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Southeast London by Max Miechowski

The majority of the work is created by exploring the streets and getting lost, trying to find new and interesting places that might contribute to the story.

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Support Your Locals: Inside Beavertown Brewery

Did you know that the act of brewing beer started as a woman’s job? A craze so heavily dominated by men originated as just another housewife chore…

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Interview with Hannah Who: Millennial Generation Is the Bridge to a Much More Culturally Diverse Future

Hannah Who, a newborn indie-pop band formed in Lubbock, Texas, epitomizes the idea that the millennial generation is the bridge to a much more culturally diverse future

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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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BROTHERHOOD: Twins Under the Spring Sun

These photographs shows the union, confienza and brotherhood that exists between them. We did this shoot to show something very natural. They complement each other under the Spring sun.

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7 Summer Days in Italy

Last summer I spent a week eurorailing in Italy and I brought my film camera with me to document my exploration of Milan, Cinque Terre and Bologna.

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Mundane Portraits at a Skatepark

Taking photos of my friends is something I really enjoyed during high school and once I graduated and got a proper camera, nothing can stop me from shooting since then.

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