Film Photography Podcast 154 - November 15, 2016

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Film Photography Podcast  -  Episode 154 – November 15, 2016


The internet radio show for people who love to shoot film! BW Infrared Film! Storing Negs! What Vintage Gear is Hot! Kodak Dektol Paper Developer! Impossible Film 3.0! Listener Letters and more!



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Show Notes


Film Photography Podcast  -  Episode 154 – November 15, 2016
Notes by Michael Raso

Hi fellow film shooters! Welcome to our latest news and newest podcast (FPP episode 154 - Nov 15, 2016)

above: Mr Dan Yeager and student at Pickerington HS. The HS received dozens of donated cameras from The FPP!


It's been a GREAT year of shooting film. Thanks for all the e-mails, donations and kind words. This year the FPP donated over 200 cameras to schools in need of gear! In our latest blog, Leslie recounts her day delivering donation cameras to the students of Pickerington High School!

In today's podcast episode I'm joined by Mat Marrash, Leslie Lazenby and Mark O'Brien.

above: Mat Marrash with his ever-popular Hasselblad medium format camera.


WHAT'S HOT...WHAT'S NOT - First up, Mat discusses what's hot...what's not in vintage film gear. Mat's day job is at Mid-West Photo Exchange so he has his finger on the pulse every day! Tune in to hear the list.

FPP 35mm BW INFRARED FILM - Leslie and Mark lead a conversation about the BW and color infrared film available exclusively in the FPP On-Line Store. Leslie has tested both films and offers lots of info on how to shoot these unique film. In celebration, both FPP BW IR film and FPP Color IR film are on sale til 12/1/2016 in the FPP on-line store!

above: FPP listener Lorraine Healy shot extraordinary images in her Pentax K1000 using FPP Color IR film!


KODAK DEKTOL - MAKE PRINTS AT HOME! Leslie chats about her experience using Kodak Dektol paper developer. The wonderful thing is you don't need a full darkroom! You can make contact prints at home using a standard light bulb. Listen in for more details.



HOW TO STORE YOUR NEGS? Mat and the rest of the gang discuss methods of storing and archiving your film negs. The FPP On-Line Store sells negative preservers in the store which is a great starting point. Leslie and Mark continue offering tips on what type of boxes to use for long term shelf storage. Tune in for more details!

above: Hey, that's me! Shot on Generation III Impossible Film by Mat Marrash.


NEW FILM FOR YOUR VINTAGE POLAROID CAMERA! The entire gang and I hear outside the studio to shoot packs of Impossible Project Gen 3 film - courtesy of The Impossible Project! We're so stoked to be shooting instant film that the FPP On-Line Store is selling packs of film for the unbelievable price of $20.99/pack! Stock up!

Thanks to everyone that wrote in. We'd love to hear from you - Podcast@FilmPhotographyProject.com

1 Comment

  • Michael Raso
    Posted 03/16/2017 11:42 am 0Likes

    November 15th, 2016 Podcast 154 timing

    00:00:44 Letter
    00:01:37 New55 and Supersense
    00:02:36 Break
    00:03:56 Mid-West Photo Exchange what’s Hot or Not report.
    00:11:59 Break
    00:13:11 Infrared B&W film & filters discussion
    00:31:17 Kodak Dektol and paper negative overviews
    00:42:51 FPP podcast store is a club!
    00:46:18 Negative archiving
    00:55:45 Break
    00:56:43 Letter
    01:02:16 Package of Impossible samples followed by some improptu craziness.
    01:08:36 A music break
    01:10:37 Summary of that craziness with Impossible film shooting.
    01:13:02 Music to close.

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