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.
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.
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.
The Studio C-41 team travels to Nashville, Tennessee, to interview Kodak Professional Product Manager, Tim Ryugo.
Kevin and Bill sit down to make one last episode for 2017. We look back on our accomplishments, our difficulties, and our favorite episodes from 2017. We discuss our favorite film photography announcements in 2017 and hope to continue to see film photography grow even bigger in 2018. We also talk about what is in store for Studio C-41 and talk about our goals for 2018.
Kevin, Steven, and Bill share their Christmas wishlist items. Bill and Steven talk about their experiences shooting FujiFilm Pro 400h, Kodak Ektar 100, and Portra 400 in the snow. One of those didn’t come out as expected. Nikon has announced they’re servicing various Nikon manual focus SLRs and Lenses. Silberra has Indiegogo updates, and Kodak has launched the highly anticipated motion picture film business cards.
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!
Show Notes: We have Kevin Terrell join us to discuss the economic impact of the cinematic film business around Atlanta. One of his vlogs that went viral and shared … Continue Reading Episode 03: Film is Better than Digital