In the second installment of our series about film photography, we feature Mackenzie Yoshida (@WheelTurner) from Oahu, Hawaii.

Camera: Nikonos V Film: Lomochrome Turquoise

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Mackenzie says: I used to shoot a bunch of film but got into digital about 10 years ago. I realized digital gear was only getting better and more expensive by the year. I couldn’t keep up!

When I jumped back to film I was able to go for cameras I knew have been around, shoot well and are tried and true. I also love the look and color film can capture. I’m constantly shooting different film and getting different results from each one with zero edits. Its a great feeling!

Surf film photography is my favorite because you  wait the whole wave for one shot. It teaches you a lot about the ocean and wave riding.

As far as developing on my own, it’s been years since I have. But i have friends working at our local lab, Rainbow Photo and love to support them.

Rider: Steve Kapela Camera: Nikonos V Film: Superia X-TRA 400.

Camera: Nikonos V Film: HP5 400

Camera: Nikonos V Film: Kodak MAX 400

Camera: Nikonos III Film: Superia X-TRA 400

Camera: Canon EOS620 Film: Superia X-TRA 400

Rider: Erik Sato Camera: Nikonos V Film: HP5 400.

Camera: Canon EOS620 Film: HP5

Camera: Nikonos V Film: Superia X-TRA 400

Rider: Kealii Punley Camera: Canon A1 Film: Kodak MAX 400

Rider Sean Enoka Camera: Canon A1 Film: Superia X-TRA 400

Camera: Canon A1 Film: Kodak MAX 400

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