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Ryan Tatar has made a name for himself with his lo fi photographs using expired or cross-processed film that depict simpler times. Originally from Michigan, he now resides in San Francisco and is busy with international photo exhibitions and editorial and advertising clients when not working at one of the most well known computer companies in the world. In this episode of D-I-Why Not?, Ryan breaks down the basics of analogue photography while on a road trip with Cyrus Sutton and Foster Huntington last summer.
For more of Ryan’s work, check out his site

In keeping with the shooting film theme, he’s put together a beautiful gallery of colorful images that look like they could have been found in your parent’s attic. See if you can recognize Foster Huntington, Alex Knost and Cy.

http://ryantatar.com/

http://shakasandsinglefins.com/

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Twitter: @RyanTatar

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