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The Only Darkroom Timer You’ll Ever Need

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.

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We Pranked Fujifilm

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.

The Future of Film Cameras

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.

Is Photography a Fine Art?

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.

Ho, Ho, Ho!

EM joins us for a one-on-one interview to share his results shooting EKTACHROME. His latest articles share his experience pushing Kodak’s revival E-6 film to EI (Exposure Index) 200, 400, 800. We discuss another article published on Emulsive giving a brief history of EKTACHROME. Secret Santa 2018 registration is closed! Are you one of the outstanding 1,200 world-wide players? Well, EM gives us the full break down of what we should do next.

I Would Walk 5,000 Miles

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.

His Grand Return

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.

Sandra Coan: Shooting EKTACHROME Before the World

Bill Manning invites EKTACHROME Beta Roll Tester, Sandra Coan to share her experience shooting an emulsion before the rest of the world. We also learn about Sandra’s work as an educator for photography education powerhouses like CreativeLIVE and KelbyOne. Additionally, we learn about her work as a film photographer in the a maternity and newborn photography industry.

Keeping it Classy with PhotoKlassik International

PhotoKlassik is a print magazine with a strong focus on analogue photography. Unlike many other photography magazines that focus on making you feel GASsy on that latest camera lens, the successful German publication is taking their popular publication international. Their mission? To educate their readers with a 100+ page quarterly subscription loaded with high quality content using high quality paper.

Film for a Year Makes you a Better Photographer?

Steven and Bill meet up to catch up on photo news, recap the recent one-on-one interviews. Steven takes a long walk along the beach with his camera and shoots a 20 minute exposure with Ektar 100. We discuss a recent article on The Phoblographer titled “Opinion: Every Photographer Should Spend a Year Shooting Film and Not Editing Their Photos.”