Our Top Stories of 2015

With 2015 soon coming to a close, we can’t help but look back at how amazing, productive, and inspiring this year has been for us at Whattaroll. We’ve been fortunate to discover some of the most visually compelling film photos by a myriad of artists from around the world, and even more thrilled that we…

Black and Light

Observant and self-assured in nature, today’s wonderful photographs are presented by film photographer Brighton Kilgore of Asheville, North Carolina, USA. Shooting with a Polaroid Sun 600 LMS camera and some Impossible Project instant film packs, he plays with light and shadows to capture his urban surroundings and weave them into a confidently and bold narrative…

Hugo Pereira

Experimental and otherworldly in nature, today’s extraordinary roll comes courtesy of the talented Hugo Pereira of Marinha Grande, Portugal! Shot using his trusty Lomo Lubitel 166 and a roll of Fujichrome Velvia 50 film, his photos show how he expertly rendered the movement and energy of a night at the carnival into a river of…

Whattaroll Magazine Issue4 Nostalgia

  Finally, after a long wait, we are thrilled to welcome you to the Nostalgia issue of Whattaroll Magazine! We saw this volume as an exploration of how some of us feel compelled to creatively immortalize our memories from the distant and recent past. Aside from the brilliant photos submitted to us from around the…

NOPO Cameras

At Whattaroll HQ we are always on the lookout for new and innovative efforts in the field of film photography. Recently, we came across an exciting little project based in Madrid, Spain. Spearheaded by photographer and researcher Antonio Cañadas, NOPO promises to bring us back to the origins of photography with its beautifully hand-crafted pinhole…

Brooke of the Canyon

Today’s wonderfully elegant photo series is by film photographer and darkroom printmaker Nora Lowinsky, who was born in San Francisco but raised in New York City. Heavily inspired by the California landscape from where she currently resides, she battles stereotypes and predetermined notions of feminine beauty by delivering a refreshingly confident collection filled with understanding,…

Polaroid Week Special

This week is a special one for film lovers around the world as it’s dedicated to the unique and historic photographic innovation we all know and love: the Polaroid. Introduced by Edwin Land in 1948, it sparked the amazing instant photography format which now spans over six decades and continues to inspire the international photography…

Aleks & Marko

Raw and emotive in nature, today’s wonderful photo series is shared to us by photographer Erik Groß of Dresden, Germany. By exploring the intimate relationship between his subjects, his photos could have easily been an overly emotional portrayal of his chosen theme. Instead, he skillfully and respectfully focused on the genuine connection and more importantly,…

Malea Dew

Delighting us with her exceptional roll today is Colorado-based photographer, the talented Malea Dew! Expertly shooting with a Mamiya Sekor camera and a roll of Kodak Tri-X 400 film, she effortlessly captured her beautiful muses with a brilliant mix of elegance, grace, and strength. We caught up with Malea recently and she was gracious to…