In his latest travel photos, Grant Yun shows how the threat of COVID-19 threw the normally busy streets of Paris to a standstill.
Markus Hofstaetter is just one of many artists turning to traditional processes like wet plate photography to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Despite its unusual shutter, the EXA 1b could be a good and cheap 35mm option for those who are looking for cameras with waist-level viewfinder.
In “China Dolls,” Nathalie Daoust offers a perspective on the women who struggled to find their identity in China following the Cultural Revolution.
Some insights on the Horizont, a brick-like camera weighing more or less like a good medium format camera, the viewfinder resembling a cosmonaut’s helmet.
Once you’ve been there and California steps out of its mythology, you start to understand why the hyperbolic lore endures.
They weren’t lying when they said “It’s more fun in the Philippines!” I never fell so quickly for a country, its landscapes, and its people, as I did here.
Intrepid traveler, cinematographer and film photographer Rob Hauer shares his sentiments on travel — what makes it nostalgic, which places he holds dear, and the visual stories he seeks to capture on film.
If you’ve ever wanted to try shooting fashion portraits on film but not quite sure where to begin, let this grungy set by Daniell Bohnhof give you some ideas.
Putting her curiosity for infrared photography and the parallel worlds it reveals, Brazilian film photographer, fashion designer, and conceptual artist Júlia Brümmer merged surrealism with conceptual fashion photography for her graduation project in fashion school.
Welcome to the new Whattaroll Magazine! It’s been a long time since our last analog adventures with you, and we’re happy to be back!