Mirrah Johnson

Hailing from a small town in central Tennessee, our Hero of the Week is art student and talented film photographer Mirrah Johnson (www.flickr.com), whose snapshots of poignant moments and beauty of nature we find to be simple yet insightful. She describes her style as wanting to “capture my surroundings and tell my story in an…

Mario Poepel

Popular amongst the lomographic community for his impressive collection of photographs, today’s exceptional roll comes from our good friend, the wonderful Mario Poepel. A modern day stonemason and family man living in the southwest of Germany, he delights us with an extraordinary set shot spontaneously with a beautiful muse in his very own garden. “I’m…

John Bozinov

The amazing scenery of New Zealand has always inspired creative minds – from filmmakers like Peter Jackson to photographers like John Bozinov – to come up with inspiring stories. Wellington-based John says that his surrounding environment largely influences him and his images, prompting him to seek isolated landscapes and interesting natural lighting to reflect his…

Christian Strahl

Delighting us with his impressive roll today is Munich-based photographer Christian Strahl, a lawyer by profession but also an artist with a taste and eye for delicate yet expressive images. To shoot this monochrome set, he used a Rolleiflex camera and Kodak Tri-X film and worked with a model whom he says he had been…

RA Friedman

If you are a passionate Whattaroll reader, you must have noticed that we have featured many awesome portrait photographers so far in our Hero of the Week section. Truth is, we’ve often been told how difficult it is for some of you to shoot street or landscape photography. How can you make a park or…

Axel Gülcher

Known amongst lomographers as the suizidekid, today’s special roll comes from the hands of our good friend and artist, the skilful Axel Gülcher of Vienna, Austria. Shooting with his favorite Nikon FE2 camera and some Fujichrome MS 100/1000 film, he expertly captured the true essence and beauty of Spring with a wonderful mix of gentleness…

Olga Purzycka

Taken by one of Whattaroll’s favorite photographers, today’s exceptional album comes courtesy of Poland-based artist Olga Purzycka. Shot with her weapon of choice, the Mamiya C330 with a roll of Kodak TMAX 400 black and white film, she delivers us a wonderfully composed nude portrait set filled with calm and incredible intimacy. Elegant and masterfully…

Greg Allum

An artist with a great sense of understanding and insight into the human condition within his photographs, this week’s featured artist is fine art photographer and writer Greg Allum from Brighton, England. Drawn to the unknown and inspired by his love for poetry, he captures his female subjects with an impressive mix of intimacy and…

Amanda Mason

Sydney-based artist and photographer Amanda Mason has always been a firm favorite with us here at Whattaroll; with her mix of fantastic and dream-like images, it’s so easy to fall in love with her work. Shot with a Polaroid SX70 Sonar camera and a pack of Impossible Project color film, we are delighted to share…

Introducing KONO! Reanimated Film!

All of us at Whattaroll said “Yes!” when we heard that there’s a new film brand called KONO! coming out in the market, which lets the analog-loving community have more options for shooting with film. Needless to say, we were eager to find out more about straight from its founder, Uwe Mimoun, who gave us…