My return to film: Andrew Whitehurst

To describe my return to film as long-awaited is to over-sell it; I had only been away for a handful of years.

My Return to Film: Steven J Parkes

My return to film was not a definite decision I made one day, but more of an evolvement of my feeling towards photography.

My Return to Film: Antonio Lastoria

...or described another way, "There and back again - almost". When I started out in photography the closest thing I encountered to digital photography was the Polaroid.

My return to film: Jake Bryant

I feel lucky to have grown up with film being my only option to create a photograph. It wasn't until I travelled through India in 1992, that the world through a viewfinder opened up to me.

My Return to Film: Todd Reed

In a high tech digital age, why have I chosen to go back to an older, somewhat archaic process of shooting film? In a simple statement - "It feeds my soul" For some strange reason, I have never been on

My return to film: Ric Donato

When I talk or correspond with others about photography I do my best not to talk gear specs, instead directing discussion towards techniques with gear, usage, and other photographic concepts. Talking about which camera is better, whistles and bells is

My return to film: Adam J White

My name is Adam White. I am a hybrid photographer based in Carlsbad, NM.

My return to film: Adib Mufty

Indulge me a brief stroll down memory lane. It was during the fall of 2004 when I was first exposed to photography through a course at university.