LaHorgue

Urban hipster Carolyn LaHorgue, 17, with her grandfather's analog Nikon in San Francisco, which she uses when her sister's film camera isn't available.
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Embarcadero

Carolyn LaHorgue, Amanda Golden, and Alana Shaw take film pictures at the Embarcadero in San Francisco.
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Rocketship

Carolyn LaHorgue takes a picture of the Raygun Gothic Rocketship with a film camera in downtown San Francisco.
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Nikon

Carolyn LaHorgue showing her grandfather's Nikon on Market Street in San Francisco, which she uses when her sister's analog camera is unavailable.
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Analog

Analog photography, the source of this image, is making a comeback among urban hipsters.
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Analog photography, the source of this image, is making a comeback among urban hipsters.
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Analog photography, the source of this image, is making a comeback among urban hipsters.
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