Tag: photography

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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Friendsgiving Week on OBX

  The Outer Banks of North Carolina are magical lands where friends can come together for Busch beer & baked beans, open fires, camping, debauchery, surfing, and other general sporting activities. Every year the crew takes this obligatory leave of absence from the Northeast to enjoy these Southern comforts.   This year’s trip down was […]

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Sum Summertime Film

    These were some of the photos featured in the Summer edition of Rambler Surf Magazine. If you’re missing Summer like we are, you may want to get all nostalgic over this picture gallery. Luckily, the only thing better than Summer and these photos of beautiful, tan people is a day full of dirty […]

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Good Old Weekend Trip South

  Get drunk with a the “pros” at the Belmar Pro during a 60-degree rain storm with 20mph East winds, or send it to beautiful North Carolina for the weekend. The choice was easy.   There is nothing better than driving along Route 12 and pulling over on a random beach to score an empty […]

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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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Skating With… Tommy Pickles

  Over the weekend, Tom Feraco and Nate Gain linked up for some quality action shots in the North Wildwood pool. The angles are great and the photographer was able to capture it all during an always-epic Wildwood golden hour.   While Nate would probably have been shooting whoever was at the park that night […]

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Photo of the Day

  About a week ago (WEEK AGO), I paddled out to (what I thought was) an empty lineup. There weren’t many people driving around, on the beach, or on the boardwalk–strange for a beautiful late-Spring morning.   The surf looked aight and the rest of the week’s forecast suggested surfboarding wouldn’t be an option in […]

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RSM Spring 2018

  Here we go again. Ladies, gentlemen, and mermaids, the Spring 2018 Edition of Rambler Surf Magazine has been sent to print.   We’d like to make it a customary news item to personally thank every single one of our contributors. The response we got with this mag was in-fucking-sane. People hit us up from […]

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Sunday’s Swell Gallery

  Sunday’s forecast called for three-foot swell and thunderstorms later in the day. Swell started to blossom as the sun warmed the soggy ground. Weather and waves turned on, but were set to be ousted by cracking thunder and terrential rain.   However, at five o’ clock as I sipped from my sandy PBR can […]

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