2019 has been an amazing year. I want to thank all of our guests and listeners. January has been a quiet year but, that doesn’t mean we’re on vacation! We’ve been super busy!
The wait is over! On December 10, 2019, Kodak Professional has announced the release of Kodak Professional EKTACHROME E100 in 120 and in 4×5 sheet film
After five grueling years and 50 updates to Kickstarter Backers, FILM Ferrania releases the first video of a series updating backers on its progress in restoring an Iconic Italian film factory and resurrecting a color reversal film for the film community.
While major corporations have left the market with a giant gap for innovation, somebody has come in to fill that void. We get to test out Negative Supply’s first innovation.
Upon reading a transcript of Kodak’s Q1 2019 Earnings Call, I came across a name I had not expected to see: Laurence Von Thomas, founder and lead designer the funded Kickstarter of Reflex.
Shipped from Japan, Studio C-41 reviews The Quicksnap Premium Kit II. As a result, Bill tricks Steven into doing their first camera review on a disposable camera.
Just a day after releasing my prediction on Yashica possibly releasing a film camera, we’re seeing images from the Escura Instagram page releasing the first images of Yashica’s lineup of cameras prior to the official announcement.
It all started off as what seemed as a belated April Fools joke. But it looks like Yashica is doubling down on entering film market.
Through an anonymous submission from a Fujifilm employee, an internal executive memo details an announcement that Fujifilm will be purchasing Kodak Alaris’ PPF division in response to the film resurgence.
Starting April 2019, our individual podcasts will be merging into a single community mammoth: The Classic Film Negatives Sunny Lensless Studio Podcast (CFNSLSP). A single podcast with over a dozen hosts and a new episode nearly every single day of the week will be providing you with:
Bill Manning has a one-on-one interview with Can Çevik, the creator of MAYA darkroom timer. Can shares his story how his a broken darkroom timer led to designing a new timer on his own. He then reaches out for feedback from darkroom photographers and has a new take on a device that has not been really seen worth changing.
I’ve had many interviews with many amazing guests. However, I was not prepared to speak to a person so involved with Kodak’s history. Bob Shanebook spent 35 years at Eastman Kodak and the history he’s been apart of is astounding.
A recent press release by Fujifilm announces that photographic film prices are expected a “minimum increase” by 30% effective April 1, 2019.
We saw on recent news that Lomography closed their London store front and its Paris location at the end of February. These recent closings concerned many in the film industry and sparked murmurings that Lomography was in financial turmoil. However, these murmurings could not be further from the truth.
On February 20, 2018, CEO of Kodak, Jeff Clarke, announced on a Twitter post that he is stepping down from his position as CEO at the 131 year old company.
I’ve mentioned it on a couple podcast episodes and I sincerely apologize for the delay! However, the day has come! We just announced the film giveaway. Before we get into the rules, I want to send a very special ‘thank you’ to the awesome people at Kodak Alaris for putting this amazing kit together to give away!