We follow photographer Matthew Lawless as he explores the beaches of SoCal with his Mamiya RB67 and explains why film photography is such an adventure.
Today we join Matt Mangham at Land of Light and Shadow Films for another analog photography interview. In this story we follow photographer Matthew Lawless as he explains why film photography is an adventure and why we shouldn’t be afraid to experiment with it. Using his Mamiya RB67, he takes to the cliffs and beaches of SoCal to discover something new.
With this video series Matt explores the current state of film photography. If you’d like to see more of Matt Mangham from “Land of Light and Shadow’s” work, you can find more stories like this on the YouTube channel, or stay in touch with via Instagram, Twitter or on Facebook.
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