Film Photography Podcast - Episode 91 – November 15, 2013

Film Photography Podcast - Episode 91 – November 15, 2013

The internet radio show for people who love to shoot film! Interviews with Kodak Alaris, Fujifilm USA, The Darkroom dot com, 127 roll film, print you work, listener letters, Canon TX 35mm SLR camera giveaway, Film giveaway and lots more!

Polaroid Instant Photography - New Film in 2013!

New film for vintage Polaroid cameras delivers a never-before-seen color saturation, a completely new level of detail and sharpness and overall stunning image quality.

Film Photography Podcast Episode 58 – May 1, 2012

Film Photography Podcast Episode 58 – May 1, 2012

Fujifilm FP 3000bHacker’s Guide to the SX-70, Polaroid Big Swinger, Rangefinders, Yashica 44, Large Format Tips and More! Hosted by Michael Raso and Mat Marrash, John Fedele, Dane Johnson and Mark Dalzell!

Polaroid Instant Photography - Which Polaroid Camera for Me?!

"What camera or format should I start shooting!"

Polaroid - How to Test a SX-70 or 600 Instant Camera

Have you been thinking about trying a Polaroid Instant Camera but fearful that the camera you pick up at a yard sale might not work?

It's About You! FPP Episode 53!

The Film Photography Podcast Internet Radio Show #53!

Film Photography Podcast / Episode 53 – January 15, 2012

Exclusive interview with photographer / filmmaker Kurt Markus! Photography Business Tips! Alternative Printing! Polaroid SX-70 and more! Hosted by Michael Raso and Mat Marrash with Special Guest Paige Davis!

Image of Kurt Markus by Michael Karsh

Jim Austin's Amazing Polaroid Manipulations!

Inspired by artist Lucas Samaris, Jim Austin begins manipulating Polaroids in 1973...

Impossible’s PX film for Polaroid cameras

When Polaroid announced that they were discontinuing production of their film for SX-70 and 600 cameras, a group of independent entrepreneurs calling themselves The Impossible Project purchased the defunct Polaroid factory in The Netherlands and started producing new monochrome film for the millions of Polaroid cameras still in the world. The first film PX 100 (for SX-70 cameras) and PX 600 (for Polaroid 600 cameras) was released earlier this year.


GET HAPPY (with Polaroid!)

Even before purchasing the cute, little Polaroid 300 camera I’ve been dabbling in Polaroid instant photography. Only in the last month or so has it become all-out Polaroid Mania.

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