Jordan Michael Lockhart - Lviv, Ukraine (2018)

Jordan Michael Lockhart - Lviv, Ukraine (2018)


American film photographer Jordan Lockhart (AKA Cameraville) is known for his striking and uncomplicated depictions of nature and urban space. His foresight and meticulousness behind each piece can be traced back to a lifelong passion of film-making and architectural design.

After starting his career in Los Angeles, he moved to New York City where he began shooting film after a ten year hiatus. Taking an average of only one photo per day from his collection of over 30 cameras, it was not uncommon for a roll of film to last 6 months or even a year. In February 2017 he sold his collection down to 3 cameras and moved to Eastern Europe.

See: Film Photography Portfolio

Gear Evolution & Artistic Expression (2018)
PhotoKlassik International Magazine, 1st Edition - Fall 2018

Etherial Images from a Broken Leica Camera (2018)


Describing Pictures I Have Not Seen (2018)


Analog Photography in 2018 and Beyond (2018)

(Cited Source) (2017)
Visual Methods in the Field: Photography for the Social Sciences
By Terence Heng. Taylor & Francis, 2017 - Social Science - 286 pages


A Look Back at the Analog Photography Scene of 2017 (2017)

The State of Global Analog Camera Repair (2017)


Through the Viewfinder of a Hasselblad X-Pan (2017)


See The World Through The Hasselblad X-Pan (2017)
On Film Only

The Complete New York Film Camera Buying Guide (2016)


Types of Digital Cameras Explained (2016)

Earliest Known Images of People Smiling (2015)

Understanding Depth of Field: How Focal Distance Affects DOF (2015)


Testing the Limits of Teleconverter Stacking to Make a 9600mm Lens (2015)