Anyone who's spent time adjusting ISOs knows that shooting twilight on film is tricky, but photographer Natalie O'Moore's new series documenting LA youth is so gorgeous, we're tempted to try. Aptly titled In The American Night, the use of 35 & 120 mm lends everything a distinctly hazy, nostalgia-laden vibe -- an appropriate gesture as the series itself is named after a book of poetry written by The Doors frontman Jim Morrison. Examining the modern world through an analog medium, O'Moore explores what the American Dream means in 2015, her visions of sprawling suburbs set amongst swimming pools, laundromats and television screens. Peep the photos and our Q&A; with O'Moore below.

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