What makes the Canon AE-1 so special to Editor Dan Bracaglia is its ability to connect him back to the childhood curiosity and excitement that originally made him fall in love with photography.
Dan’s spent more of his life obsessed with photography than not. He graduated Rutgers University in 2010 with a degree in photojournalism and spent the first four years of his career as an editor at Popular Photography and American Photo magazines. In 2014 he joined the team of DPReview and relocated from his home in New York City to Seattle, WA. In his spare time Dan runs Northwest Sound Exchange, a publication dedicated to visual documentation of Seattle’s underground music scene.
Even if you can't get outdoors, there are plenty of ways to keep busy and to keep your photographic senses sharp. What follows are nine ways film photography lovers can stay occupied and have fun, all from the comfort and safety of their own home.
Fujifilm's newly-formulated Acros 100 II will be hitting store shelves soon! Curious what it looks like? Check out our sample gallery, chock full of 35mm and 120 format scans.
Whether it's your first time or you're rekindling an old love, here's everything you need to know to jump into the fun, DIY world of home developing and scanning.
Happy Film Friday! In the market for a new/old analog pal? Here are the 20 film camera models we think are worthy of your hard-earned cash.
Worried about your camera being refreshed by an updated body? Don't be. There are plenty of reasons to appreciate last generation's model.
Looking to get in on the instant camera fun? We tried every model and think the Fujifilm Instax Mini 70 strikes the right balance between price and feature - the Instax Wide 300 is our choice if you crave a larger format.