My Return to Film

My return to film: Marcus Grandon

The last time I shot film was somewhere around 2002, and I certainly hadn’t purchased a film camera this century. That all changed when I picked up a used Nikon FE in Ginza, Tokyo a few weeks ago.

My Return to film: Nick Orloff

As a teenager (I'm 55 now) I was the kid that was always carrying a camera – a Pentax K1000 that my grandfather gave me - and at the time I thought that's where my career would be.

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