Jerry Brodrick, Metz, France

After visiting Metz in September 2008, British portrait and commercial photographer Jerry Brodrick moved to the historic French city a few months later, enthralled by its parks, architecture, and colorful history. Inspired by “Paris by Night,” the impressive black and white series of street photography legend Brassai, Jerry soon began his own monochrome documentation of…

Ettore Moni, The Italian Alps

Apart from memorable experiences, some travels also lead us to insightful observations about the places we bravely explore. For our featured film-loving traveler this week, it was the realization that tourism may actually be causing irreversible changes in a pristine environment. Ettore Moni from the town of Parma in northern Italy was driven by his…

Graziella Ines, Las Vegas

“This is not a travel book,” our good friend Graziella Ines told me as a heads up when I asked about her recently launched book, “Lost in Vegas”. Looking at her photos, it’s easy to see what she meant. While tourist attractions, vibrant nightlife, and festive vibes of Las Vegas are all present in her…

Elena Cremona, Iceland

For every traveler, there will always be a singular place that stands out from the rest and invokes the most vivid of travel memories. For our featured analogue-snapping wanderer this week, it’s a destination we ourselves at Whattaroll are enamored with: the Nordic island nation of Iceland. German-born Elena Cremona joins our roster of film…

Thomas Bavington, Ha Long Bay

Travelers bitten by the wanderlust bug often find themselves searching and browsing through countless photos while researching about the places they crave to visit, but nothing ever compares to setting foot on the actual destination and taking in its sights, sounds, flavors, and experiences. It was precisely what happened to Leeds-based film photographer Thomas Luong…

Travelling With Film II

Can you give an important piece of travel advice for film photographers like yourself? This is one of the questions we ask our featured analogue-loving adventurers for the Wanderlust series, curious about the tips, rules, or hard lessons learned that they keep in mind when wandering about with their film cameras. In this Wanderlust special,…

Wandering Worlds: Chasing Stars

Location is paramount for travelers seeking an adventure, but for some photographers like Boris Pophristov, the best ones aren’t just picturesque during the day. Far from the hustle and bustle of cities, these landscapes are often punctuated by natural landmarks or age-old ruins, and lit only by the moon and stars at night. The darkness…

Jordan Ison, Lake Tahoe

Many of us have (or will eventually find) that one place where we just have to fly or ride off to as frequently as possible. Call it your happy place, second home, or hidden refuge, but you most likely won’t let the year pass without a visit (or two) to this destination. For software designer…