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Yearly Archives: 2012

The Film Stock List 2013

The Film Stock List 2013

Blog by Mat Marrash As 2012 comes to a close, I wanted to give all of the listeners of the Film Photography Podcast a special holiday treat. And while it’s not a brick of your favorite emulsion, it should…

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Shooting Polaroids in the freezing months!

Shooting Polaroids in the freezing months!

Blog by Michael Raso – originally published 02/02/2011 The winter months are always the toughest months to find inspiration and motivation, especially when it comes to venturing out on a photo walk. Shooting instant photography on foot always poses…

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Jim Austin interviews NYC Photog Ned Harris

Jim Austin interviews NYC Photog Ned Harris

Photographer and Regular FPP Correspondent Jim Austin interviewed 87-year-old New York City photographer Ned Harris and the artist Shoshanna Spencer, Harris’s granddaughter, about his life in photography. In addition to his many solo exhibitions from 1968 to the present,…

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The Large Format Primer

The Large Format Primer

When I started to really get head-over-heels for film photography, one “look” that caught my eye constantly was that of large format. We’ve all seen it before, beautifully straight lines in architecture, hyper-realistic tonality in portraits, other-worldly shifting of…

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Photographer Jim Austin tells us to slow down!

Photographer Jim Austin tells us to slow down!

WELCOME TO THE SLOW PHOTOGRAPHY REBELLION ( SPR ) by Jim Austin MA “Like a lighthouse beam, bright and focused yet stil illuminating all directions, the slow photography process is bright, outwardly directed, and positive.”   In photography, we’re…

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Minolta Hi-Matic E Camera!

Minolta Hi-Matic E Camera!

Guest Blog by Daniel VanDurmen Ever since the mid eighties, when I took my first job, sacking groceries, to save enough money to buy my first real camera, the Minolta X-700, I’ve been a Minolta devotee.  I’ve collected and…

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Computer Age! The 1984 Canon T70

Computer Age! The 1984 Canon T70

The first of Canon’s “T” series cameras was the T50, which came to market in 1983. I wrote about the Canon T50 for FPP back in early 2011. I love that camera for its simplicity, its feel and balance…

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