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!
I have fine-tuned my process in converting film negatives placed on a light table for a quick preview of what my negatives will look like before sending it to the scanner.
Kodak Professional came to Atlanta for Imaging USA. Studio C-41 hosted two successful photo walks and we look back on the evil shenanigans we were up to! We discuss some photo news and give clarity on Alaris looking to sell its assets.
New Year – new film! That’s always a good thing! Hot-off-the-press, Lomography has announced a new Black and White film from their Kino film line up. The Potsdam Kino 100 Black and White 35mm.
Don’t be afraid to be creative. You won’t make everybody happy. There will be haters that won’t like your content. Don’t let them stop you from creating.
2018 was an amazing year. Studio C-41 thank you for your support in our growth. Without our listeners and viewers this show is not possible. Here’s a small preview of what’s to come for 2019! #shootsomefilmdangit!
On October 1st, 2018, our good friend, Kevin Keegan, bought two rolls of Kodak EKTACHROME 7294, Super 8 and shot this short on film for the very first time. In addition to watching this awesome short, he shares his experience shooting it for the first time.
I make an impromptu trip to Driftwood Beach, Jekyll Island, only to screw up my 4×5 Velvia 100 exposure.
Bill sits down with DPReview’s Chris Niccolls for a one-on-one interview to discuss the future of film cameras. Chris Niccolls has made hundreds of YouTube videos reviewing the hottest cameras on the market. We learn how Chris first started in photography and now is the face for one of the largest organizations for photographic equipment reviews. He offers his insight of cottage industries like Reflex and Japan Camera Hunter filling a void left by camera typhoons like Canon and Nikon.
Tetenal announced they’re in financial turmoil and in a state of insolvency. We learn while the film resurgence is real, it is still in a very fragile state.
With 1.2 trillion pictures taken in 2017, how does photography stack against masters of painting and sculpturing? Steven and Bill explore photography as a fine art with the Director Emeritus of Art at the High Museum of Art to discuss photography’s place in the fine art world.