How can we forget our very first film cameras? We, the editors of Whattaroll, have been in a contemplative mood about it lately. So, we decided to kickstart a Whattaroll Journal mini series that recalls how these cameras got us on the roll. Adrian Norbert Cuper begins with his thoughts on the Zenit, Canon, and Pentacon cameras that set him out to the path of film photography.
Being unable to travel due to the pandemic has prompted me to recall some of the most enduring moments from my trips to Penang in Malaysia.
Filmmaker Maria Chambers shares some insights on using film to shoot a moody behind the scenes set during a music video shoot.
In this gorgeous series shot with Contax G1 and Kodak Gold 200, Nguyễn Ngọc Hải captured moments of tenderness in beautiful light and stunning tones.
A licensed healthcare professional documents and weighs in on a Wisconsin protest against orders to stay at home to curb the COVID-19 pandemic.
Markus Hofstaetter is just one of many artists turning to traditional processes like wet plate photography to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
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.
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.