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Making Monday Funday!

Making Monday Funday!

Breaking up the monotony of Monday with some Film Photography fun… I received an e-mail letter from Ireland’s own Ryan Leathem. Ryan was the winner of the Minolta X-700, which I gave away on the Spring Film Photography Podcast.…

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Ian’s Trip 35

Ian’s Trip 35

This past May I received an e-mail from Ian Cook praising the Olympus Trip 35 (35mm film camera). Ian said: I don’t know what it’s like in the usa, but over here – in the uk [and in other countries,…

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Downtown Delight USA

Downtown Delight USA

In an age where indoor and highway strip malls rule, it’s always a real joy to skip the norm and go local. I lived in Pompton Lakes, NJ a few years ago and really dug the town’s “main street”…

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Film Photography on Internet Radio

Film Photography on Internet Radio

I started recording a monthly Internet Radio show called the Film Photography Podcast last October in order to share my enthusiasm about shooting film. At that time I was already recording a monthly show covering underground B-Movies (called the…

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GET HAPPY (with Polaroid!)

GET HAPPY (with Polaroid!)

Even before purchasing the cute, little Polaroid 300 camera I’ve been dabbling in Polaroid instant photography. Only in the last month or so has it become all-out Polaroid Mania. Using “The Google” I researched Polaroid present and past, making…

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Giddy over Polaroid 300

Giddy over Polaroid 300

I have to admit, electronics and hardware don’t excite me but I’d be lying if I told you that I wasn’t just a little giddy when United Parcel delivered a package from Polaroid today.     Polaroid decided to…

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Glorious Days with Impossible PX Film

Glorious Days with Impossible PX Film

I can’t remember a new film stock being invented in my lifetime as unique and extraordinary as the new line of PX films (for Polaroid SX-70 and 600 cameras). The film was introduced earlier this year by an Indie…

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