Kodachrome no more, 110 film format, sprocket hole photography, black & white home development, camera giveaways and much more. Hosted by Michael Raso, Duane Polcou and special guest John Fedele.
The last days of Kodachrome
Michael, Duane and John discuss the last days of Kodak Kodachrome
Kodachrome in 2011 – Shoot and develop as Black & White
According to the folks at Blue Moon Camera, Kodachrome contains an extra layer that will “gunk up” during BW development, sticking to the film causing some emulsion loss. Develop Kodachrome (as BW) in its own tank so not to contaminate other film stocks.
AGFA APX BW Film Giveaway
We are giving away two sets of film. Two winners will receive 3 rolls of film each. One roll of Agfa APX 25 BW, one roll of Agfa APX 100 BW and one roll of Agfa APX 400 BW. To enter this contest...Doh! Too late, it's over, but fear not fellow filmophile, there are more giveaways, just check out the latest podcast to learn about them.
Ciro-Flex 120 TLR / Developer Giveaway
We are giving away a Ciro-Flex camera, 120 film and Rodinal equivalent developer. To enter this contest, send your name, mailing address...Fudge, this post is from like January 2011, this giveaway ended—but don't worry, be supper positive, because there are more giveaways, just check out the latest podcast for details.
Fuji Instax WIDE 200 Camera Giveaway
We’re also giving away the Fuji Instax Wide 200 camera. To enter this contest, send your name...Oh this one ended too, but check out the latest podcast for details.
EV – Exposure Value
“In photography, exposure value (EV) denotes all combinations of a camera's shutter speed and relative aperture that give the same exposure. The concept was developed in Germany in the 1950s (Ray 2000, 318), in an attempt to simplify choosing among combinations of equivalent camera settings”
110 Film Photography
Michael discusses the 110 film format.
Book of the Month
“The Grand Tour” Photographs by Dick Arentz: dickarentz.com
Shooting Sprocket Photography!
“Sprocket hole photography is a style of photography that exposes the full width of 35 mm film, creating a photograph punctuated by the "sprocket holes" (perforations) along the edges of the film.”
Black & White home development
Duane Polcou discusses developing Black & White negatives at home.
The FPP 2011 Calendar
Have your very own full-color FPP calendar, make a donation, get a calendar (while supplies last). Your donation is greatly appreciated.
Happy New Year! See you in two weeks!
—Michael Raso & the FPP Guys