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.
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.
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.
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.
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.