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 ... [Read More]
For The LOVE Of 620 Film!
The Film Photography Project LOVES 620 film. We love 620 SO MUCH that we have engaged an American plastics factory to craft and mold inject brand new 620 spools. Why you ask? There are so many Kodak Brownies (and other 620 brand) cameras out there just waiting to be shot! With our new 620 spools in hand, the FPP offers spools (so you can roll your own film from 120) and fresh film in our 620 Film ... [Read More]
FPP’s Film Camera Donation Program at Work!
FPP’s Film Camera Donation Program at Work! Blog by Michael Raso Since its inception in 2009 The Film Photography Project has donated cameras, lenses and film to numerous students and schools (most recently to the Scio School film class in Oregon and Louise Contino’s Picturing Wanteete Class.) This sharing of vintage (and awesome) camera gear all stems from the amazing Film Photography ... [Read More]
FPP Walking Workshop 2014! May 16-18! Be There!
Fri, 05/09/2014 - 3:00am : : Michael Raso The Film Photography Podcast Walking Workshop May 16-18, 2014 Findlay, OH USA Join host photographer Leslie Lazenby with special guests FPP Hosts Michael Raso, Mat Marrash, Findlay University's Professor Jeff Salisbury, Mark Dalzell, Dane Johnson and John Fedele for a casual, fun weekend of film photography! Updated May 9, 2014 We're happy ... [Read More]
Picturing Wanteete: Project Update #1
For folks just tuning in, Louise Contino, a New York-based photographer is spending four months teaching the villagers the basics of film photography from February to June 2014. Her goal, to help the poverty-stricken community to tell their story via the medium of photography. Read all about it in our first blog by FPP Correspondent Viviane Li HERE. Picturing Wanteete Photo Collective ... [Read More]
Exposing the Millennial Generation to Film!
Blog by Amy C. Davies For the past two years the Film Photography Project (FPP) has donated cameras and film to an Oregon high school. Armed with four 35mm SLR camera, two 120 Debonair cameras and 147 rolls of film the students hit the streets to shoot. In a small high school in the Pacific Northwest one teacher is exposing his millennial generation students to the world of film. Scio, ... [Read More]