The camera that started it all! Back in 2000 I was a regular reader of EDGE magazine. The magazine featured indepth interviews with players in the industry and they had cool portraits with them. I figured I wanted to make cool portraits too and bought a 'serious' camera. During a mission trip in 2000, I shot 9 film rolls in one week, so it didn't take long before I made the step to digital photography.
If you really want to get experimental with photography, you could always try what photographer Dominique Vankan did and build yourself a custom large format camera. What were his building blocks of choice? His somewhat questionable choices were LEGO, cardboard, and duct tape.
If your favorite dance move is the salt-and-pepper, then you will like this…like a lot. It’s a set of Film Roll Salt & Pepper Shakers! They look like film rolls on the outside, but they’re filled with delicious condiments on the inside. Mmmm. $15