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New Orleans Travel Story by Michael Lovejoy

New Orleans Travel Story by Michael Lovejoy on Shoot It With Film

This week, we’re featuring a New Orleans travel story from film photographer Michael Lovejoy. Michael used a variety of cameras and film to capture the look and feel of New Orleans, including some awesome vintage cars and a unique take on the local landscape. Here is more from Michael about the experience…

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Using Long Exposures to Capture Iconic Architecture by James Baturin

Using Long Exposures to Capture Iconic Architecture by James Baturin on Shoot It With Film

I recently made a weekend trip to Chicago on a pilgrimage of sorts to see Michael Kenna’s exhibition at a gallery there. Michael Kenna is one of my photography heroes. Of course, I took my Hasselblad and a handful of film along as well and managed to do some shooting when I wasn’t perusing Kenna’s work in raptured ecstasy.

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Tips for Shooting Waterfalls on Film by James Baturin

Tips for Shooting Waterfalls on Film by James Baturin on Shoot It With Film

I’ve found myself photographing a lot of waterfalls lately. Whether that’s due to the fact I live in a city dubbed the “Waterfall Capital of the World” (that’s Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, if you’re wondering) or to some deeper need for the reflection and reverie they inspire, I’m not sure. Either way, waterfalls are a beautiful subject for landscape photography, with long exposures adding a quality of magic I find captivating…