FPP founder Michael Raso is organizing the 2011 Mid-West FPP Meet Up in Findlay, Ohio on Friday July 15, 2011.

Wal-Green (in the US) is liquidating 35mm film from their stores at $1. per roll. FPP is looking for volunteers to buy up all the existing film for the FPP Giveaway Vault.

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...

"The Diana camera is a plastic-bodied box camera utilizing 120 rollfilm. It takes twelve 6×6 cm photographs using a simple plastic meniscus lens. Originally marketed as an inexpensive novelty...

In January, New York filmmaker Todd Bieber found a roll of film in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park. With no identification on the film, Todd decided to go on a quest to find the owners of the soon-to-be-lost memories. He...

When I announced the final days of our contest on FaceBook this past Friday, I received an e-mail from Film Photography Podcast Listener Ron O’Connor. Ron just kicked in some vintage measuring cups/beakers, a...

When we announced our camera and home development contest last month on The Film Photography Podcast, I had no idea that it bound to become our most spectacular giveaway yet. The contest was initiated when podcast...

On the January 1st Film Photography Podcast, I announced that during the frenzy of the December holidays, two Film Photography Podcast “giveaway” cameras got misplaced (!)

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...