I’d like to personally thank all of you who donated your time, skills, products and / or cherished equipment to the Film Photography Podcast in 2010.

As many of you know, I began the podcast in October of...

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...

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

I love vinyl records. When I was growing up, "record stores" were easily accessible by bike. It's funny how sharp my memory is on where I purchased some of the "albums" in my collection. John...

A few weeks ago I acquired a 1954 Kodak Brownie Bull’s-Eye camera from a local seller. It’s actually the second Bull’s-Eye camera that I own.

December 3, 2010 : : Zeb Andrews

 

Working retail as I do, I deal with a lot of different types of customers, most of those I sell cameras to though are students, relative newcomers when it comes to purchasing cameras. As such, a lot of what...

Pat Sansone will be signing his book "100 Polaroids" this Friday, 11/19/2010 in Chicago, IL. Pat is one half of the band The Autumn Defense and a member of the band Wilco.

When Polaroid announced in 2008 that it would cease production on all of its instant films, no one would have dreamed that in two short years a group of entrepreneurs called The Impossible Project would be able to once...

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...

I'm happy to announce that The Film Photography Podcast will be brought to you weekly this month.