Recap – The Film Photography Podcast (FPP) meet-up in New York City – May 19, 2012
The FPP is a global internet radio show for and about people who love and shoot film. The New York meet-up was an opportunity for listeners to meet the show hosts and spend a day shooting film!
The event was organized by FPP regular contributor Dan Domme. Video (above) was shot and edited by James Jankiewicz.
The day began at the Lomography Gallery Store on 8th Street ( http://microsites.lomography.com/stores/gallery-stores/nyc ) where attendees met and chat with the entire crew from the FPP podcast.
After the LomoKino demo at Lomography, the group hits the streets of NYC for a few hours of street photography.
The always generous Kodak Company donated Ektar, Portra and Tri-X film for all who attended the event!
above: The FPP group heads towards Chinatown (photo by Andy) / FPP co-host Mat Marrash and event organizer Dan Domme (photo by Nick Rapak)
At 4pm everyone met at The Impossible Project Space near Canal Street. ( http://www.the-impossible-project.com/ ) The Impossible Project makes new film for vintage Polaroid cameras.
Impossible Project – Kisha Bari Interview / May 2012 by Film Photography Project
The end of a perfect day with a lo-fi performace by The Smoove Sailors ( http://www.thesmoovesailors.com/ – featuring John Fedele, Dane Johnson and Mark Dalzell from FPP! )
Amazing thanks to all who attended and contributed to this day!
Have you heard the The Film Photography Podcast – the internet radio show and on-line community for folks who love to shoot film! Check it out – http://filmphotographyproject.com/podcast