I met Mat Marrash at the PDN Photo Expo in NYC in 2010. He was already a listener of The Film Photography Podcast and frequently sent e-mails to the FPP google account offering comments and helpful hints. A lifetime...

April-Lea Hutchinson is a film photographer and model from London, Ontario. Shooting primarily with Polaroid and Holga cameras, April says in her own words – “I look for emotion to tell a story and reveal the...

Welcome to the series of blogs dedicated to the awesome Polaroid 420!

This Polaroid 225 Automatic “Pack Film” Land Camera (pictured above) was purchased on e-bay. It’s a “classic” folding instant film camera that was built in 1968. Even though Polaroid...

The first Film Photography Podcast (FPP) meet-up was held in New York City on Saturday, April 16, 2011. Grey skies and wind didn’t stop avid FPPers and FPP founder and host Michael Raso (That's me!) from coming...

April 14, 2011 : : Chelsy Usher

How could I go so long without picking up my Polaroid Spectra camera? There are countless factors that added up to my leaving her on the shelf for so long. One, I had always used a Spectra in high school, so of course I...

For those of reading who do not know, Polaroid stopped making instant film in 2008, ending their 50+ year reign as the one and only instant photography kings. Fujifilm in Japan picked up the ball by producing “some...

Last weekend I had an opportunity to fly south for a few days to visit my childhood pal "John the Trackman" and be a guest on Jim Caldwell's awesome FotoBug Podcast. I also got to hang with Trackman's...

Ryan Galbraith was the winner of Trip 35 camera giveaway on The Film Photography Podcast (Internet Radio Show). The camera was donated to the show by fellow Trip 35 shooter Ian Cook. Trip 35 camera images by Ryan.

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