(Special to S.F. Examiner/Natasha Dangond)

(Special to S.F. Examiner/Natasha Dangond)

Picture Box: Glass Key Photo

Former City College of San Francisco students Gordon Szeto and Matt Osborne are the owners of San Francisco’s only strictly film camera supply store, Glass Key Photo. After opening as a small pop-up shop inside Rooky Ricardo’s vinyl store in 2010 Glass Key has existed as its own store at 442 Haight Street in the Lower Haight neighborhood since 2013. The shop carries a diverse collection of unique cameras, darkroom supplies, and film. They also display photographs shot by local photographers on the cement walls of the shop. (Natasha Dangond/Special to S.F. Examiner)

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