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Driven by James Sallis

Tailgating the Oscar-nominated film noir Drive; inspired by James Sallis’s dark novel of the same name; comes the sequel Driven. Sallis’s new novel picks up with the lead character, the enigmatic “Driver”, seven years later as he attempts to transform himself from part-time stunt driver and full-time getaway driver to upstanding citizen, Paul West. In…

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Lomography La Sardina Camera

Lomography’s new La Sardina Camera ($59-$99) is ready to set your inner 35mm film-tinker loose. Packed with super-wide 22mm lens, a rewind dial and max switch for multiple exposures (similar to the Sprocket Rocket model), and an optional Fritz the Blitz Flash attachment — there’s plenty to experiment with. The flash in particular is a…

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30 Minutes with Liad Cohen, Lomography General Manager and Chief of Retail

30 Minutes With: Liad Cohen

We tend to believe that technological advancement in the last 20 years has changed the world mostly for the better. Still, the waning of film-based photography is the worst causality in our books resulting from the collateral damage of the digital age. Thanks to a passionate community of shutterbugs and the style elite, however, analogue…

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Masters of Cinema Series

The Masters of Cinema Seriesare essential introductions to the world’s most renowned directors. Each book is written by contributors to the famous Cahiers du Cinéma magazine, and feature over a 100 images of film stills, set photographs, and posters — many of which have never been seen. Organized chronologically, film lovers can also read brief…

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Don't Take Away My Kodachrome

A Farewell To Kodachrome Film

Before Photoshop. Before Canon Digital ELPHs or Digital Rebels. Before Sony Mavicas,or Nikon Coolpix cameras. Before all of these photographic marvels of the digital age, there was film. Yes, film. You know, smelly canisters, 1 hour developing (which was fast, mind you), pain-in-the-ass loading, film. Recently passed the last official day Eastman Kodak cranked out…