Here's a photo teaser of images — all of which happen to be shot on film — that won't be making the cut for Issue 3.
We're on the final stretch before sending our third book to the printer and noticed how much interesting imagery we've been getting that's shot on actual film. It's rad to slow the consumption and the shooting process down, and film gives you no other option. Less opportunities to shoot forces you to focus on what you're shooting and usually creates a much more interesting photograph. It sounds pretentious to talk about shooting film. we get that, but the fact of the matter is that it reminds you exactly what it is your'e doing when you take a photo, as opposed to just snapping away and opening Photoshop after. It forces you to pay attention. It feels like a step in the direction of slowing down our double click lifestyle so that we can't actually enjoy something, whether it be an image, a book, a movie or an album. Go buy a disposable camera today and try it for yourself. [...]