Waiting for your Negs from the Lab? Shoot More Film!

Fun of experiementing with film!

Beat the Winter Blues - Revisit Your Photography!

Dig out those old negs!!

Technique, Style and Esthetic

A letter from Flickr member Philip sparked this blog on technique and esthetic.

Episode 28 - February 15, 2011

Spotlight on the Kodak Pony 828 camera, D76 BW Developer, Listener Print Exchange, Sprocket hole photography PLUS three camera giveaways and more!!! Hosted by Michael Raso with Duane Polcou and John Fedele.

Kodachrome in 2011 – Process as Black and White

On the 30th of December 2010, Dwayne’s Photo, the last photo lab on earth to offer Kodachrome K-14 development services, announced it would cease Kodachrome processing.

What to do if you still have rolls of Kodachrome in your refrigerator or freezer? Shoot it and process the film as Black and White. Since Kodachrome film cannot be processed in any existing color chemistry, the only option is Black and White. This is exactly what I decided to do.

Episode 25 - January 1, 2011

Kodachrome no more, 110 film format, sprocket hole photography, black & white home development, camera giveaways and much more. Hosted by Michael Raso, Duane Polcou and special guest John Fedele.

The Last Day of Kodachrome

As a photographer shooting film, I tend to "overstock," so, earlier this year I started sharing my rolls of Kodachrome with folks who listen to The Film Photography Podcast (the internet radio show which I host).

The images shot by the podcast audience are on display in the "KODACHROME - Film Photography Project 2010" on Flickr.com.

New York Blizzard - My last day shooting Kodachrome

I love New York City during the holidays and felt it would be special to shoot my last rolls of Kodachrome film there.

Episode 24 - December 15, 2010

End of the year Film Photography extravaganza! Topics include 127 film format, final days of Kodachrome, Olympus 35mm SLR cameras, three BIG giveaways and more! Hosted by Michael Raso with Duane Polcou and John Fedele.

Digitizing Film Slides Without A Scanner

In Film Photography Podcast 18 (October 25, 2010) Michael Raso mentioned how he had developed some film he found in a second-hand camera, and how special it was to have the film developed to look at these photographs from a by-gone era, with no idea who the people are in the images. This reminded me of a couple of years ago when my Dad gave me a box of old slides he had taken in the 1960's to see if I could transfer them to digital so we could look at them again.

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