Steven, John, and Bill get together for a photo news packed episode! There’s a lot of photo news, so buckle your seatbelts, especially if you’re driving in the car!
You may be unsurprised to learn that news photographers and photojournalists didn’t all switch to digital overnight, but it’s fair to say that within two years of the launch of the first viable DSLR that didn’t cost an arm, a leg and a left kidney, most (not all) photojournalists had made that switch.
Vincent Moschetti of Street Candy Film joins Bill Manning for a One-on-One interview to talk about the newly released, ATM400 film.
FujiFilm Acros 100 in 120 and 35mm are on the chopping block. There has to be a reason to FujiFilm’s insanity, right? Well, there is.
Well, here it is! We’ve been following this ever since we found out about it. In September 2017, the movie rights were purchased by Netflix and a release date has been announced. Prepare your to watch this movie and get your Kodachrome fix on April 20, 2018.
We sit down with the Atlanta Art Institute’s Photography Professor, Taylor Bareford, to get an idea as to why millennials are so drawn to film photography.
Tim Gander, a freelance photojournalist in the UK, discusses his history shooting film at the dawn of digital cameras entering the photojournalism arena. He now shoots film for personal work.
We invite Steve Hendrix from Capture Integration to discuss choosing the right equipment (film and digital) for the right print resolution.
Bill gets salty on Fstoppers video on Peter Lik’s “Moonlight Dreams”. MiNT introduces the first fully manual Instax Wide camera. Kodak returns TMAX P3200.
20 years since it’s first introduction and nearly 6 years since its discontinuation, Kodak Professional revealed on Twitter, the return of T-MAX P3200.
As you may have seen, the MiNT Instantkon RF70 leaked out to the film community and started a buzz. Why? Because it’s the first fully manual, large format instant camera. … Continue Reading MiNT Instantkon RF70 Needs to Happen
The Brothers Wright, the creators of CineStill Film, join us to talk about some film geekery, the history of the company, their company going into 120 from their successful Indiegogo campaign. They also give us some hints on the future of CineStill products. Lastly, we announce the winner of the CineStill 800T five roll give away!
Hamm Camera Company joins Bill and Steven to talk about the successful kickstarter of the redesigned box camera. The NuBox 1.
On January 15, 2018, Hamm Camera Company reintroduced a box camera that has peaked the interest of all photographers, the ‘NuBox 1’.
The Studio C-41 team travels to Nashville, Tennessee, to interview Kodak Professional Product Manager, Tim Ryugo.
Crypto currency, Bitcoin, Blockchain. These tech buzzwords have found mainstream attention as of late. And Kodak’s latest headline is fueling their popularity. It was announced today that they would be … Continue Reading Kodak and Blockchain: How is this Good for Photographers?