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.
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.
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.
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.”
Ethan Moses, creator of the CAMERADACTYL Camera, sits down with Bill Manning for a one-on-one interview to discuss his 3D printed camera Kickstarter. They also discuss how the maker community is helping the film community.
What if two photographers with the same camera, the same lens shoot a roll of Delta 3200 and the other a roll of P3200, then those rolls are processed in the same developer and scanned on the same scanner? Well, we did that.
Mark Schneider and Bill Manning discuss shooting Aerochrome! Bill has a lot of questions before going out to shoot this film. This interview clears up many questions most beginners have about this film.
Kodak UltraMax 400 is considered as a ‘consumer’ film in comparison to the ‘professional’ lines like Portra 400. We review a film that we think is underrated.
If you’ve done a YouTube search for 4×5 photography you may have seen a video of a woman with blue hair and a Metallica T-shirt. Bill has a one-on-one interview with photographer, and YouTuber, Lina Bessonova to talk about her journey into photography and her new darkroom lab in Florence, Italy.
Steven and Bill catch up and talk about the latest in the film photo news. We discuss Doc Kaps’ efforts in saving pack film one last time. Bill is a bit annoyed with Silberra Film’s lack of communication on their Indie Go Go. Lastly, Bill gives an update on developing 4×5 black and white film with CineStill Film’s monobath developer, the Df96.
Be sure to listen to our one-on-one interview with photographer and YouTuber, Lina Bessonova!
We got our hands on the new CineStill Film Df96 black and white monobath developer. We tested it out against some 4×5 film and share the results!
We have an one-on-one interview with Richard Photo Lab. This isn’t any ordinary photo lab. This photo lab has withstood the test of the ups and downs of the film photography industry. We learn about Richard Photo Lab’s history, their film developing process, the scanning services they offer, and the wide variety of printing options.
In a recent interview with YouTube channel ‘Analog Things,’ Doc Kaps and Uwe Schneider discuss their latest, and final, efforts in saving packfilm.
Bill Manning sits down with owner of Analogue Wonderland, Paul McKay, to discuss some really exciting film photography news for North America film shooters!
We’ve teamed up with the awesome folks at Kodak Professional for the first ever ‘Studio C-41 Atlanta Photo Walk’!
Join us at Saturday, August 4th, 9 AM for a walk along the Atlanta Belt Line starting at the Ponce City Market.
Bill Manning sits down with Dmitri Tcherbadji, the creator of an inclusive creative outlet that publishes outstanding images and stories called analog.cafe. We discuss Dmitri’s path that lead him to creating the website, some of his favorite articles submitted on to the website, and his newest initiative in showcasing female creatives.