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There are several things in life that define what or who you are. It can be a life altering event, or a decision you made, etc. Fortunately, there is still one other thing poerful enough to end up medling in all of these transformations: Love. Love for your friends and family, for your country, for what you do. It doesn't matter, you're ultimately defined by what you love.
Don't miss this incredible piece by our very own Cameron Kline.
Ever want to shoot large format hand held? Want to shoot wide open and large format and hand held? Want to rock it like it’s 1929? Then a Graflex SLR may be for you.
As many of you know, April 24th, 2016 was Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day (WPPD). I am not a professed pinhole professional, but I have this Ondu pinhole that I have used a few times and I thought I would take her out for a spin again.
It's been a year since my last visit to New Orleans. The trip was partly a pilgrimage for my heart, since it is a place of family and memory, and partly a fun adult holiday while my daughter enjoyed a ski trip over spring break. And of course there was also the photography, for which I packed in earnest.
The F2 is a fun, reasonably priced Nikon body and in the AS version a real joy to shoot.
In a follow up to our first Film Soup blog post, Grace Hazel takes us on a film soaking adventure of her own. She uses her own urine, or as called in Hawaii, "shi shi". Her photographic experiment produced patterns like railroad tracks along the entire strips of negatives, resulting in perfect geometric shapes and designs, taking you into a world of what you might expect to see underneath the lens of a microscope.