Bill Manning travels to the Cine Gear Expo at Pinewood Studios, Atlanta, and records a panel sponsored by Kodak Film Lab Atlanta and Panavision. The panel discusses the use of celluloid in on The Walking Dead set.
Strapped with a pair of good hiking boots and a Yashica FX-3, Erik Jarvi stops by Dunwoody Photo after a 2,600 mile hike along the Pacific Crest Trail. He shares his story of capturing amazing images with a small and simple camera. As the fall season approaches, he provides insight packing film gear efficiently for hiking.We also discuss the latest announcements from Photokina and the Kodak's release of EKTACHROME.
Steven and Bill invite Michael Brown, VP for Kodak Motion Picture - Atlanta, to talk about the resurgence of celluloid in the the motion picture industry.
Bill has a one-on-one interview with LA based photographer, Edward Conde, to discuss the story behind his zine, 'Layover'.
Kevin Terrell is on a small break between major projects like Netflix's "Ozark" and has returned to share his experience being on set. We catch up on photo news, discuss a recent article on The Phoblographer about bringing back the Contax T2. We also discuss a zine one of our listeners sent to us and we're blown away by the quality of the print.