FPP Walking Workshop 2015! March 14! Be There!
What is The FPP Walking Workshop? The FPP Walking Workshop is a free annual event celebrating the joy and experience of shooting on traditional film staged by the Film Photography Podcast!
The two day event is a super-casual, fluid and fun day of informal instructions on all formats of traditional photography including 110, 35mm, 120, 620, 4x5 and 8x10. This year was hosted by The Darkroom in San Clemente and included a tour of The Darkroom's film processing lab!
UPDATE - May 1, 2015
Listen to the Film Photography Podcast Re-Cap of our annual event HERE!
Read Mat's Re-Cap HERE!
Let's not forget our video- https://youtu.be/qfExvfYK17M
UPDATED March 17, 2105 - Hi folks! The FPP gang is travel weary but images and blogs from the event are starting to come in! In you have images, links or blogs to share please contact Michael - Michael@FilmPhotographyProject.com
The FPP 2015 Walking Workshop was a FILMTASTIC success! Super amazing thanks to all who took the time to attend this unique film weekend. Hats off to everyone at The Darkroom who went above and beyond to make our time together so special and to Leslie Lazenby who worked behind the scenes this year but was always in touch with every attendee along the way!
So, what happened at the 2015 FPP WWIII??
Here's the quick re-cap (with videos, images and blog links to come)
- Registration - receive the famous FPP Goodie Bag Free Film and Darkroom T-Shirt!
- Breakfast Nook featuring fresh fruit, muffins and Mr Brown Iced Coffee!
- The Darkroom's (awesome) Lab Tour Begins (in groups of 10)
- Michael Raso welcomes the group - chats about hand-rolled, unusual films!
- Mark Dalzell holds FPP's annual Raffle of vinatge cameras
- The Darkroom's Breakfast Nook becomes The Lunch Nook!
- The Big Bus! A classic yellow School Bus transports the group to the San Clemente pier for a Photo Walk!
- Medium / Large Format Event was headed up by Mat on Sunday!
Patrick J. Clarke's Re-Cap Blog - Patrick is a long-time FPP listener and wrote an awesome re-cap of his experience. One thing we know for sure, Instant Film Lives and we will "beef up" our instant film presence next year! Read Patrick's blog - http://lightsquared.tumblr.com/post/113768350098/the-fpp-walking-workshop-3
First Pix In! Not only was Michael Bartosek the first person to sign up but also the FIRST to post images! See his Flickr Album here - https://www.flickr.com/photos/michaelbartosek/sets/72157650938762627/
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The Film Photography Podcast Walking Workshop 2015
at THE DARKROOM
March 14 - 15, 2015 San Clemente, CA USA
Join hosts Keith Swan and Phil Steblay with FPP Hosts Michael Raso, Mat Marrash and Leslie Lazenby for a casual, fun two days of film, fun and photography! They'll be lots of film and camera chatter as well as a tour of The Darkroom's film processing lab!
What is The FPP Walking Workshop? The FPP Walking Workshop is an annual event celebrating the joy and experience of shooting on traditional film!
Rather than a standard, sit-down or classroom scenario, FPP Walking Workshop is a super-casual, fluid and fun day of informal instructions on all formats of traditional photography including 110, 35mm, 120, 620, 4x5 and 8x10. This year includes a tour of The Darkroom's film processing lab! Bring your fav film cameras to shoot for our street photography tour of San Clemente!
HOW DO I SIGN UP?? Attendance is FREE but reservations are required to attend. FPPers who pre-register by 3/01/2015 will receive our famous FPP "Goodie Bag" filled with film, stickers and who knows what! Registration is limited so sign up today!
Reserve your spot and Goodie Bag by contacting Leslie Lazenby at email@example.com
Staying the weekend? We suggest you book your accommodations in San Clemente at Southwest (for the best rates) - https://www.southwest.com/
above: Michael Raso in front of the awesome 2014 "Giveaway" table! 2015's giveaways will-be-amazing! Image by Bill Loewy
Meeting at The Darkroom/Swan Labs - 946 Calle Amanecer, San Clemente, CA 92673
Saturday March 14th
9 am - 5 pm (times subject to change)
- Meet and Greet The Darkroom Staff and The FPP Gang.
- Attendees will be broken into small groups for the rotating Darkroom Lab Tour
- The Amazing 2015 FPP Camera Giveaway!
- The Awesome FPP/Darkroom Film and Processing "Goodie Bag" giveaway!
- Q&A with the Darkroom Staff / FPP Gang
- Walk, Chat and Shoot! Street Photography in beautiful San Clemente
Sunday, March 15th
10am - 4pm
- Morning Meet and Greet!
- The Darkroom Lab Tour continues!
- Medium and Large Format Film Discussion/Demonstration!
- More To Be Announced!
above: Mat Marrash heading up a film demonstration. Image by Bill Loewy
About San Clemente, California
"San Clemente residents often think of their town as paradise—where the 1920’s vision of a Spanish Village by the Sea still lingers, the sun shines 342 days a year and the conveniences of metropolitan Southern California are balanced by fresh ocean air and beaches untouched by time. Just 75 years ago, most of the coastal land between Los Angeles and San Diego was no more than barren rolling hills covered with mustard and sagebrush. San Clemente was no exception" - http://san-clemente.org/about-us/city-information
Stay Tuned - To Be Announced!
The Darkroom suggests flying into Orange County, CA (SNA). Orange County (Also called John Wayne airport) is about 30 minutes north of San Clemente.
The second choice would be San Diego, CA. (SAN) San Diego is about 1 hour south of San Clemente.
The third choice would be Long Beach, CA. (LBG) Long Beach is about 1 hour north of San Clemente.
The forth choice would be Los Angeles (LAX). Los Angeles airport is about 1.5 hours north of San Clemente.
The Darkroom/Swan Labs - 946 Calle Amanecer, San Clemente, CA 92673
This event is presented by The Film Photography Podcast. Information above is subject to change. You must be 18 years of age (or be accompanied by a parent or guardian) to attend.
Still photography allowed through the entire event. Please, no video or recording of movies on your smarty phones. (Super 8 and 16mm okay!)
WE'LL SEE YOU IN SAN CLEMENTE!