What is found film? Guest blog by Gidn Hendriksen Simply put ‘Found film’ (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Found_film) (also known as ‘forgotten film’) is film that you sometimes find hiding or ‘living’ in old cameras at thrift stores, car boot sales or yard sales. I say living because some of them have a form of fungus or mold on […]
blog by Christopher Fecio Fortepan 400 Film In case you haven’t heard, there is a tremendous thing happening, and it involves free film! The Film Photography Podcast, headed up by the enthusiastic Michael Raso, has monthly giveaways of both 35mm and medium format film. I’ve been extra lucky in the month of July because I […]
Note: The Film Photography Podcast Internet Radio Show (Episode 40 – FPP Midwest Meet Up) can be accessed here. Much like the white rabbit, I was running late. My stupid GPS had told me to take a wrong exit and so I lost fifteen minutes of time. The meet up time was 11 AM, and […]
A “snow day” has been declared at the FPP studio on the eastern coast of the United States. It’s the first snow of the new year and what better way to celebrate than to create a collection of snowy images shot by the fantastic Film Photography Podcast listeners.
My passion for film photography has been a positive factor is getting me out from the dark studio and into the great outdoors. (even if it is just a few steps from my studio door!) The many angles of Butler Center and the adjacent Main Street in Butler USA are captured with newly acquired vintage […]