Recent news rocked the Atlanta photography community that a photographer had been accused of sexually assaulting a model. In light of the #metoo movement, Studio C-41 invites Julie Hunter to the table to discuss the often-unspoken atrocities of sexual assault in the photographic community.
Steven, John, and Bill travel to Rochester, New York, to interview Josh Coon with the Kodakery and ‘EKTACHROME Super Fan’ Matt Stoffel. We learn about George Eastman, how film is made in the Kodak factory, and Kodak’s response to the film resurgence.
We interview Gary Ho, co-founder of MiNT Camera, to give us the latest details on the highly anticipated RF70 Instant Wide and their partnership with Rollei.
We sit down for a one-on-one interview with Chris Gampat, Editor in Chief at The Phoblographer. We learn how The Phoblographer has become one of the biggest sources for photo news and gear reviews in the industry. We discuss his “Top 10” film gear reviews.
In December of 2015, news broke that grabbed the attention of every photographer: ‘Ansel Adams’ Job Opening in US Govt. This is considered to be the dream job of just about every photographer. Four thousand applications were submitted, but only nineteen were qualified for the first round of interviews. However, only one could have the job. That lucky person is Jarob Ortiz.
We interview Lomography and learn a little about the history of the company. Additionally, we discuss some of the products Lomography offers.
Bill Manning interviews EM with Emulsive to discuss the website’s goals in building an extensive film community by building a film and camera database.
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.
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!
The Studio C-41 team travels to Nashville, Tennessee, to interview Kodak Professional Product Manager, Tim Ryugo.
Steven, Bill, and believe it or not, KEVIN, interview Jay Musselwhite, the owner of Franklin Backdrops. They discuss how he paints a canvas backdrop, learn about his creative process in making a backdrop. Oh yeah, he shoots film too! We talk about that too!
Steven and Bill travel to Kate Lamb’s new studio in Atlanta to talk about her wet plate collodion process.
Steven and Bill interview fashion inspired and film portraiture photographer, Jordana Dale. We talk about her background in fine arts and why she shoots film. We then select three images from her portfolio and break down the core components of her shots. This podcast episode does have visual components.
Steven and Bill interview Mary Margaret Cornwell, Curator of Photography for the Booth Western Art Museum. They discuss current and upcoming exhibitions.