FPP on FACEBOOK – The best place to find “great deal” announcements from our FPP on-line store is on FPP The FaceBook Page! Please “LIKE” our FaceBook page and also “turn on” notifications so that you see all of our posts (that frequently announce amazing sales from our on-line film store!)
New Instant Camera from The Impossible Project – On May 10, 2016 The Impossible Project will release their instant film camera (the I-1 Camera) that will take Polaroid 600 type film. You can find info and specs on their camera here and on their product page here!
The Argus Museum and Washtenaw County Historical Society are excited to host a photography exhibition of work by Ann Arbor-based French photographer, Marc-Gregor Campredon. The exhibition opening is being held on April 7th, from 6-8:30 pm. All are welcomed to attend. Admission is free. (The exhibit runs through May 13, 2016)
The exhibition, simply entitled, “Downtown”, will showcase digital and analog (film-based) images from Ann Arbor. Campredon, who is a graduate of the Paris College of Art, has traveled the world capturing stories and culture revealing the beauty and dignity of people and places. Argus Museum on the web. Argus Museum on FaceBook.
Galaxy 120 Direct Positive Film/Paper – From Galaxy: “We are Galaxy, a group of photography professionals and we are super excited to invite you to be a part of our new fantastic project – Galaxy Hyper Speed 120! After creating a big buzz last year for our Galaxy Hyper Speed Direct Positive paper, we are back with the project for medium – format camera users. Please, welcome a new DP Paper on 120 roll for medium format camera – the swiftness of Polaroid with the nostalgic look of classic black-and-white pictures.” Check this out on The Kickstarter – https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/114183606/galaxy-hyper-speed-120-for-medium-format-camera
Kodak + Kickstarter announce partnership to give away film to filmmakers! “Hollywood heavy hitters from the Coen Brothers to Patty Jenkins to Martin Scorsese all swear by the value of shooting their movies on real-deal film, and we’re right there with them. Today we’re excited to announce that Kickstarter has partnered with Eastman Kodak on a new initiative to help creators who want to shoot their projects on motion picture film stock. As digital methods of filmmaking become more and more prominent, there’s still an energetic group of filmmakers who feel the best way to present their work is by shooting in film, which allows them to achieve more layered texture and colors. However, film can be cost-prohibitive for many independent filmmakers. This new partnership will provide creators with discounted film stock and support them in launching impactful Kickstarter campaigns for their new film projects.” Follow this link for more!
Sophie Shoots Instant Film! Sophie is an 8th grader and loves all things analog (and vinyl records). Sophie and LOTS of other students in the US love shooting Fuji Instax Mini film!
Portrait shot on FujiChrome Velvia 100 Sheet Film (100 100) with my Wista 45d Field Camera / Fujinon 210mm f5.6 lens
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