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.”
I never had the chance to shoot a roll of T-MAX P3200 during it’s first run, so I was especially excited when my friend Tim Ryugo at Kodak Professional offered to send me a roll to try out just before it’s release date. It came in the mail last Thursday, and I shot the whole roll the very next day!
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.
Bill gets salty on Fstoppers video on Peter Lik’s “Moonlight Dreams”. MiNT introduces the first fully manual Instax Wide camera. Kodak returns TMAX P3200.
20 years since it’s first introduction and nearly 6 years since its discontinuation, Kodak Professional revealed on Twitter, the return of T-MAX P3200.