Michael Raso welcomes guests Pat Sansone, Dave Bias and Anne Bowerman - celebrating Pat’s new book “100 Polaroids” at the Impossible Project NYC. Plus listener letters, the Kodak Pony II camera, three big giveaways and more! This episode I’m joined by enthusiastic film photographer Joe Kolbek.
Topics and links discussed
THE IMPOSSIBLE PROJECT NYC Party for Patrick Sansone's "100 Polaroids."
- Interviews with Pat Sansone (Wilco, The Autumn Defense), Impossible Project’s Dave Bias and Anne Bowerman
- Jeane Vogel’s Polaroid paintings, vogelpix.com
- Claire L. Krueger’s “blinking portraits,” cargocollective.com/clairelkrueger#457875/Blinking-Portraits
- The troublesome Polaroid Flashgun #268 for Polaroid Automatic “pack cameras”
- Info on using an electronic flash with your Polaroid camera, rwhirled.com/landlist/how2-packflash.htm
- Polaroid 500 film
- Testing the Polaroid Captiva camera (again!)
Defunct film developing
Blue Moon Camera can develop your C-22 / K-11 Kodachrome as BW, bluemooncamera.com
- Kodak Pony II camera
- Kodak Bakelite cameras designed by Arthur H. Crapsey, camerapedia.org/wiki/Arthur_H_Crapsey
- Desiree’s cameras on loan…The Mamiya C22 and the YashicaMat 124
Only two months to shoot Kodak Kodachrome – processing will end December 30, 2010, dwaynesphoto.com
Film Photography Podcast Episode 19 / November 5, 2010
Recorded live from the PDN Photo Expo in New York City
Film Photography Podcast Episode 20 / November 12, 2010
Passion for Instant Film Photography: A Conversation with Dr. Florian Kaps and Dave Bias - The Impossible Project
Film Photography Podcast Episode 21 / November 19, 2010
Studio roundtable with Michael Raso, Duane Polcou and John Fedele
Film Photography Podcast Episode 22 / November 26, 2010
A conversation with artist April-Lea Hutchinson, April is a photographer and model from London Ontario
“My work as a photographer is part of a longstanding relationship with the camera that began with modeling. I have a fondness for film and a deep desire to photograph people as people, breaking from expected norms of beauty. In my work, I look for emotion, try to tell a story, and reveal the beauty in my characters. Beyond the aesthetic qualities imparted by instant film and long exposures, my empathetic relationship with the person in front of the camera infuses my images with comfortable intimacy and perhaps a touch of nostalgia. I create timeless images using a mix of Medium Format and Polaroid Film. I am a purist at heart.”
See everyone next week!
Special thanks to
Show note by Michael Raso.
All content and images © 2010 Michael Raso / The Film Photography Podcast