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I’m Danielle Wrobleski, a photographer based in the midwest specializing in film photographic processes spanning over a century of techniques and mediums. My photographic work focuses on capturing the beauty of the unique neighborhoods and landscapes throughout my home state. In the five years that I've been practicing film photography, I have amassed a collection of over 50 cameras from 35mm up to 4x5. Each one holds a special place in my heart, and I don't think I could ever part with one. 

Since delving into the world of film photography I've also noticed the gender disparity in the artists that get recognized in the film world. I’ve discovered so many talented female film shooters in this community and I’ve made it a mission to fight for their fair representation, so the world can see the breathtaking art they are creating. I co-curate The Film Sorority on Instagram which focuses on spotlighting and uplifting diverse female film shooters. I've done collaborations with Kodak and Lomography and I also write for Casual Photophile, often featuring in-depth interviews with talented, underrepresented photographers.

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