Some days ago, I bought a vintage box camera, a Kodak Brownie n. 2, manufactured between 1928-1935 as a camera for children. It's very simple to use, like a more recent Kodak Instamatic or an Holga. This is my first impression about this camera. For the film, I used a Lomography Earl Grey 120 film roll.
Ryan Tatar is the Californian surfer/analogue photographer behind the fantastic blog, Shakas and Singlefins. We hooked him up with an LC-A and a Sprocket Rocket to capture the landscapes and surf culture in California. We also caught up with him and asked him about his approach to photography and what inspires him.
This is the Lomography Questionnaire. Compare, contrast, draw inspiration from, and even shake your head in disagreement at the answers of our special guest contributors. Today we have LomoAmigo Ryan Tatar who shares why sun-drenched California is his photogenic paradise.