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Why Shoot Film (Sometimes)

Paris, Rue Mouffetard Market Scene — Shot on Kodak Portra 400. Photo by Anthony Rampersad

Society has a way of coming around full circle every couple of decades with trends. Take bell-bottoms for instance; they were hipster-cool in the 1960s, died somewhere in the ’70s and resurfaced in the late ’90s — 2000s. The cycle is most pronounced with fashion trends.

Styles seem to exist along a continuum of so cool, to, he’s seriously still wearing that? then later to, dude, that’s so retro. There usually is a…

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Anthony Rampersad

Anthony Rampersad

Photographer | Blogger | Graphic Designer | Energy Analyst | Bibliophile | Coffee Addict | www.anthonyrampersad.com

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