Robert Campagna, Willow Huber, and Brenna Campbell walking during 2nd hour on Coe College Campus during the College For Kids Black and White Film Photography class.

Help Keeping an Old Tradition Alive

Robert Campagna, along with Mary Bryan and Brenna Canfield are helping a long dying out tradition; black and white film photography. The three are teaching black and white film photography classes at College For Kids, which is held on Coe College Campus. Film photography is a hobby and even career for all 3 of them, and they all donate their time to help keep this old tradition still alive in generation that is growing more and more familiar with digital technologies.

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