Category: Film Photography

Summer in 35mm: “Lockdown” Mode

Yesterday at the skatepark, some kid said, “What’s up Bro?” I said, “Howyadoin?” He said, “You ain’t from Jersey. Are you from New York?” I must be pretty good, I thought. In other news, there’s a sweet gallery of photos available for viewing and user download below. Summer 2020 in 35mm B/W seems eerily fitting […]

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RIP Summer 2019

Gonna choke back the tears as I write this… While we were already missing Summer’s warmth–getting these 35mm shots developed really affirmed the death of Summer ’19. Hurricane Season is coming to an end (holding out hope for a late season swell) and the next thing in vision is–dare I mention her–Wintertime. The air is […]

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Assorted 35mm Gallery

I haven’t had film developed in a while… I also haven’t been shooting film very much unfortunately (hoping to change this). What you’ll find in this 35mm gallery are shots ranging from a late-December 2018 Winter swell in LBI, Puerto Rican lifestyle shots from March 2019, as well as some disposable film from a night […]

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Gallery: Coupla Months of Film

It’s a wonderful feeling to get film back after you’ve only shot two rolls over more than three months. From the nostalgia you feel when looking through images taken during times of warmth (Late Fall on OBX and Early Winter in Barbados), to just simple shots of friends making dumb faces (Drue and his Yuengling) […]

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Old Rolls Equal Found Photos

  Black and White, 35mm film evokes an awesome feeling. Faces are brighter, shadows are darker, bright days get a makeover, and cold, dark settings receive the framing they deserve. In this specific case, three rolls of 36 images had been used across various time periods, locations, and seasons. Seeing this collection of photos side […]

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Our Friend Joe Took Some Film Shots…

  Our new friend, Joe McGettigan chose to spend some of his Winter season on the West Coast of Puerto Rico. In the heart of the Caribbean and in a surf-central environment surrounded by great people, Joe learned the craft of film photography along with that of making the perfect Rum Punch.   “I originally […]

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My Maria!

  Memba Maria!? Oh sure, sure–I memba!   Of course you do. Hurricane Maria may have caused destruction down South, however the strong hurricane storm created perfection in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast.   Recently, we stumbled upon a roll of film from the Fall. The DIY film processing resulted in some shitty bubble marks, however […]

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When Your Friend Becomes a Hippy

Our friend Billy moved to San Diego and became a complete hippy. He started riding weird boards (not thrusters) and fell for shooting film. Well, at least he has a job, and he doesn’t frequent the Dog Beach Soup Kitchen. Either way, here’s his take on photography after his first couple rolls…   “Shooting film […]

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Keep it Rolling: B/W Film From CA->OBX

When you don’t shoot film for a little while somethings just run together. In this case, Ryan shot a roll from California that made it all the way back to the East Coast. Here you may find photos that are of (but not limited to) Californian reef breaks, beachy wedges, beer drinking, debauchery, Jersey skating/slamming, […]

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As Summer Fades…

As Summer fades, depression sets in. Some people stay, but most people go. Groups are split, and focuses shift. The busy man may be able to avoid depression regarding Summer’s End, or at least let a tight schedule soften it. This man casts depression aside, and instead begins something new as to beat depression. Others┬áhave […]

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