Articles

  • Fifty: On Collections and Obsessions

    written by j_rad on 2012-08-08 in #lifestyle
    Fifty: On Collections and Obsessions

    A reflection on the growth of my camera collection, and the growth of my person. Why do we take photos? Why do we collect cameras? What does photography mean to you?

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  • Thrift Store Gold, Now Available Online

    written by j_rad on 2011-06-12 in #news
    Thrift Store Gold, Now Available Online

    If you're camera obsessed like I am, you probably search Craigslist and eBay for great deals on equipment; I check daily! There's another resource that I've been keeping quiet, but I won't be selfish anymore... After all, I want everybody to be as pumped about film cameras as I am!

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  • Discovering Self-Portraits

    written by j_rad on 2011-05-20 in #lifestyle
    Discovering Self-Portraits

    Learning to photograph myself has been difficult thus far, but at long last I've come to accept that it's as simple as just letting go.

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  • The Adventure Playground

    written by j_rad on 2010-10-21 in #world #locations
    The Adventure Playground

    Build your own adventure, or at least your own forts and prepare for a playful battle! The Adventure Playground is a unique playpen built by the community in the Bay Area, this place is one of a kind! Give it a try and bring your kids and your friends!

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  • Jerome: Ruins of the Wild West

    written by j_rad on 2010-10-01 in #world #locations
    Jerome: Ruins of the Wild West

    Jerome, Arizona: built into the sides of a mountain, a city that sits in tiers and overlooks the Arizona desert. People have come and gone in waves, leaving behind them mere remnants of a once wild city. Buildings endure, sometimes with as few as one or two walls intact.

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  • Jerome: Ruins of the Wild West

    written by j_rad on 2010-09-13 in #world #locations
    Jerome: Ruins of the Wild West

    Jerome, Arizona is a lomographer's dream. Settlers have come and go in waves, leaving behind them mere remnants of a once wild city. Houses stand in a state of disarray, often abandoned and sometimes overgrown. It's not uncommon to hear tales of local haunting, especially at the Asylum-turned-Hotel. Bring some extra rolls of film; You'll need as much as you can spare.