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Beacons Through Time: East Coast US lighthouses captured on solargraphs

“Beacons Through Time” explores the themes of patience, constancy, and rhythm by capturing US East Coast lighthouses using extreme long exposure solargraphs. Between 2022 and 2023, I visited roughly 25 lighthouses along the coast and rivers, spanning Midcoast Maine to northern Georgia, to place and retrieve nearly 200 cameras. In this article, I outline the […]

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5 Frames… Of tradition on a Kodak Pro Image 100 (35mm Format / EI 100 / Nikon F4 + Nikkor 24mm f/2.8 AF) – By Abel M

“The rituals are symbolic actions, an enormous signifier that without transmitting anything, the community recognizes in them signs of identity.” The Disappearance of Rituals, Byung-Chul Han What is the meaning of a tradition? Recently, I was invited to a celebration, a party to commemorate the 15th birthday of a coworker’s granddaughter, with whose family we […]

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5 Frames… Of a Rhode Island Spring on Cinestill 400D (35mm Format / EI 800 / Nikon F4 + Nikon Nikkor 50mm f/1.8 AI-S) – by J Balcourt

I’ll start by saying I’ve never been much of a color film user. Although I have nothing against it, I can’t see much of a difference between color film stocks with my red/green color deficiency and therefore feel like I can’t appreciate their nuances most of the time. Even when shooting digital portraits (don’t worry, […]

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5 Frames… Of the peripheries of Boston on JCH StreetPan 400 (35mm Format / EI 200 / Pentax K1000 + SMC Pentax-A f/2 50mm) – by Anthony L. Barron

On an early spring day I walked over to my local camera store; I’m lucky enough to live in city that still has one. I was looking for a lens cap cover for my camera. It was recently cleaned and repaired after years of abuse and the light meter was once again functional. While I […]

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5 Frames… Of ILFORD HP5 PLUS on my 3D printed camera (120 format / EI 400 / custom shutter and Surplus Meniscus 65mm f/10 lens) – by Mark Hiltz

Over the past decade or so, I’ve seen dozens of headlines for “fully 3D printed cameras,” and the one question that always got me to click on them was “how did someone 3D print a shutter?” What I found was that nearly all of these, as beautiful as they were, were either pinhole cameras or […]