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Film Photography Podcast 3 – December 15, 2009

Film Photography Podcast 3 – December 15, 2009

Film Photography Podcast 3 – December 15, 2009 Topics include: Film formats, Shanghai Seagull (and entry level 120), Lens Baby, Kodak Kodachrome. Additionally, hosts Michael Raso and Duane Polcou attend the New York pdnPHOTOPLUS EXPO and conduct interviews with…

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Episode 2 – November 15, 2009

Episode 2 – November 15, 2009

Topics include: Shooting Kodachrome, the obsolescence of digital cameras, film – digital workflow comparison, archival properties of film, caffenol developing and more. Hosted by Michael Raso and Duane Polcou. Listen to this episode now Subscribe on iTunes Link will…

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Four Weeks of Camera Geekdom

Four Weeks of Camera Geekdom

The last few weeks have been great fun – experimenting with various vintage film cameras and film formats. So many possibilities…always satisfying. KODACHROME HEAVEN I’ve become a bit of a KodaKook when it comes to Kodachrome film. Since Kodak…

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NEW Old Film Project and other stuff

NEW Old Film Project and other stuff

“Old Film Project” on Flickr.com Yashica 35-ME Camera EFKE KB21 B&W Film (expired 1977) Image shot 9/15/2009 with Canon AE-1 Program Fujicolor Superia X-Tra 400 Color Print Film When Flickr member Daniel Whitman found 400 rolls of dated black…

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KODACHROME, 126, 110 and the EXPIRED give away

KODACHROME, 126, 110 and the EXPIRED give away

Kodachrome Krazy In 1935 KODACHROME Film was introduced and became the first commercially successful amateur color film. In June ’09 Kodak announced the discontinuation of their most famous film. Kodachrome’s popularity peaked in the 1960s and ’70s, when Americans’…

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Frisky’s Fifteen Minutes of Fame

Frisky’s Fifteen Minutes of Fame

I’ve decided this year to devote quite a bit of my spare time to the digital scanning of all of my photos. I started photography as a hobby sometime in 1977—so it’s conceivable that my one-year commitment may reach…

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