Film Photography Podcast
Episode 191 – July 4, 2018
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Topics include: Fuji Instax Square, the new Fujifilm Instax Square SQ6 camera, Community darkrooms and the Obscura Darkroom coming to Union NJ, Packard Shutter on-line, Jim Austin’s Jimages, Kodak S-Series 100EF Camera, Listener Letters and much more!
Show notes by Michael Raso
On today’s show Mark Dalzell, John Fedele and I open your letters that you sent via the US Postal Service. Thanks for all the cards, letters and snacks. It’s greatly appreciated. A BIG thanks is also in order fot everyone that has donated to our ongoing FPP School Camera Donation Program. We can’t do it without you!
Highlights of discussions include:
Fuji Instax Square Cameras and Film
John Fedele tests his Lomo’Instant Square Pigalle Camera while I chat and test the all-new FujiFilm Instant Square SQ6 Camera. Both use the new Fuji Instax Square Instant Film.
Obscura Community Darkroom
Mark Dalzell discusses Obscura Darkroom, a community darkroom serving the North New Jersey community. As of today their not open yet but the new website is up – https://obscuradarkroom.com/
A listener writes in and tells us about a website that builds shutters for large format cameras – PackardShutter.com
Jim Austin Jimages
Long-time listener and life-long film photographer Jim Austin writes in with a printed newsletter! Jim runs the Jimages website and is the publisher of SHIZEN – SHIZEN (自然) is a complimentary fine art photography eZine. Shizen means natural with no pretense.
Kodak S-Series Point and Shoot 35mm Cameras
Of all the piles of plastic 35mm Point and SHoot cameras the FPP has never received a Kodak S-Series 100EF camera! This plastic wonder was given to me by editor Joe Kolbek. His families go-to camera in the 1990s, this simple point and shoot uses aperture technology from the 1950s (as a simple metal circle slides behind the lens to change the camera settings from 100 iso to 400 iso !
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See ya on the radio – next show July 15, 2018!