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Yearly Archives: 2010

Thank You

Thank You

HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM MICHAEL RASO AND  THE FILM PHOTOGRAPHY PROJECT 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…

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The Last Day of Kodachrome

The Last Day of Kodachrome

How fitting that my favorite magazine news program devote a segement to the last days of Kodak Kodachrome – the world’s finest film. As a photographer shooting film, I tend to “overstock,” so, earlier this year I started sharing…

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My Tribute to Vinyl Records

My Tribute to Vinyl Records

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 Lennon’s “Double Fantasy” –…

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110 Film Photography

110 Film Photography

Introduced in 1972 by Eastman Kodak, the 110 cartridge film format was a huge success for amateur photographers in the United States, England and beyond. Following the equally popular 126 cartridge format (launched in 1963), the 110 film was…

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Episode 24 – December 15, 2010

Episode 24 – December 15, 2010

End of the year Film Photography extravaganza! Topics include 127 film format, final days of Kodachrome, Olympus 35mm SLR cameras, three BIG giveaways and more! Hosted by Michael Raso with Duane Polcou and John Fedele. Listen to this episode…

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127 Film Photography

127 Film Photography

127 Film Format, according to  wikipedia – “The format was introduced by Kodak in 1912, along with the “Vest Pocket Kodak” folding camera, as a compact alternative to larger portable cameras using 120. The folding “127s” were in fact…

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Kodak Brownie Bull’s-Eye 620 camera

Kodak Brownie Bull’s-Eye 620 camera

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. The first in black Bakelite plastic (pictured above), the second is featured in my…

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