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A Year on the Road: Population 1

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A day in a forgotten border town

This is a story of a man who calls himself the sheriff, the mayor, and the town drunk. He is Population: 1 in a forgotten town just off the border of Mexico. After 1941, the last resident left this mining encampment and no one ever came back... except for Sundog. After traveling for 14 years, he landed in this ghost town living as the miners did; without electricity or running......read more

Seasons by Tatsuyasu Watanabe

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Japanese photographer depicts the quieter side of life in his homeland

When we think of Japan, the first image that comes to our heads is the urban frenzy of Tokyo, lights crashing and shimmering across the megapolis. But there is of course a quieter, more rural side of Japan, and photographer Tatsuyasu Watanabe captures it beautifully in images on film. Watanabe, whose photos we spotted on the OEN (currently offline getting revamped), is a trained architect who......read more

Way Out West With Nika Aila States

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Analog photos from the road

Travel is the main source of inspiration for Nika Aila States, a photographer and musician living in Oakland, CA. Whether abroad or in nearby states, alone or with friends, Nika's wanderings provide fodder for her work. Her picture-taking preference is analog. These film photographs, shot while on the road, capture landscapes of the American West in all their dramatic glory. Nice stuff. Check......read more

Simply Beautiful Photography by Trevor Triano

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Natural light takes center stage on 35mm film

Dually based in Aspen and New York City, Trevor Triano travels a lot, all the while documenting his experiences on film. He has said that his biggest influence "is light itself and the way it holds whatever it touches in silence." Coming from most people, we would have no idea what that means. But after browsing through his portfolio, it makes perfect sense. With natural light on center stage,......read more

35mm Photography by Morgan Maassen

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Incredible images from an up-and-coming surf photographer

A few weeks ago we featured this extraordinary video from Morgan Maassen, and now we're bringing him back to show off some of his photography, which is no less stunning for being still. Born in Santa Barbara, Morgan started surfing at the tender age of seven, when his dad put him on a board on his birthday. Now 23, Morgan is a fast-rising star in the surf community, not for his surfing but for......read more

A Year on the Road: September Summer

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Burning the last days of the season onto 35mm film

Too often, the magic of 35mm film is lost to a dim, crunchy image. Instead of being printed and enjoyed with friends, recounting stories, they are likely to be looked at twice before being sequestered in a murky corner of a backup hard drive. And rather than a single moment burned into a square of film, these images exist in numbers and code. This is not to say that I don’t use digital......read more

Around the Americas with Barbara Matthews

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Terrific 35mm travel pictures from the young Santiago photographer

At the tender age of 20, Barbara Matthews has experienced North and South America as few else have. The young photographer, now based in Santiago, Chile, also cites Texas, Illinois, Florida, New Jersey and British Columbia among the places she's lived in the past. Her photos, shot on (often expired) 35mm film, capture places both far-flung and familiar with the mark of someone whose eyes are wide......read more

35mm Film USB Stick

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Repurposed film canister houses 4GB flash drive. $23.99

Irony alert! 35mm film may be all but obsolete, but Etsy user newfocus has found a modern purpose for the old film canisters: Storing digital matter. The film canisters have been repurposed as shells that house flash drives for easy transfer of digital files. Just like the 35mm film stored photographic negatives in its previous life, the canisters now provde storage capacity for digital images......read more

Magical 35mm Travel Photos by Jess Gough

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London photog takes us on a trip through the woods

One of the reasons why travel photos can be so compelling is that the person shooting them is out of his or her comfort zone, eyes wide open to the new stuff that surrounds them. That's definitely the case with 22-year old, London-based photographer Jess Gough, who says the best opportunities for taking pictures come on the road, without the distraction of work obligations and a buzzing cell......read more

Trevor Gordon: Unpredictable

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Travel photos capture B.C. coast on 35mm film

We recently spotted these photos on The Cleanest Line, the excellent blog published by outdoor clothing brand Patagonia. The pictures, shot by Patagonia friend and product tester Trevor Gordon, document his travels along the west coast of Vancouver Island on a quest for waves.  "There is a beauty to the unpredictable," said Gordon. "Whenever I go on a trip I won't let my trustworthy......read more

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