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Episode 42 – September 1, 2011

Episode 42 – September 1, 2011

It’s the large format episode! Tales from Photostock 2011 featuring Bill Schwab, BW darkroom intro & much more! Hosted by Michael Raso, Mat Marrash with special guest Dan Domme. DOWNLOAD (Right Click – Save As) In the first half…

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Episode 41 – August 15, 2011

Episode 41 – August 15, 2011

Inspiration and your Photography, BW Photographic Papers, Pentax K1000, Polaroid Pack Madness & More! Hosted by Michael Raso, Mat Marrash and John Fedele. Listen to this episode now Subscribe on iTunes Link will immediately open iTunes. Subscribe on Podbean…

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Episode 40 – August 1, 2011

Episode 40 – August 1, 2011

Recap from the Film Photography Mid-West USA Meet Up, Mat Marrash’s “52 Project” Gallery Show and much more! Hosted by Michael Raso, Mat Marrash and Dan Domme. Listen to this episode now Subscribe on iTunes Link will immediately open…

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Episode 39 – July 15, 2011

Episode 39 – July 15, 2011

Wed, 07/13/2011 – 10:28am : : Gregg Dumont The radio show about film, film and more film! Discussions include film shrinkage, reclaiming your instant film neg, darkroom tips, vintage camera giveaway and much more! Hosted by Michael Raso with…

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Polaroid Electric Zip Camera!

Polaroid Electric Zip Camera!

Film Photography Podcast host Michael Raso introduces you to the “square” format instant camera…The Polaroid “Electric Zip!” Released in 1975, this ultra cool hard-bodied plastic camera was available in red, white, blue and black. Sadly, the square Type 80…

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The Polaroid Big Shot!!!

The Polaroid Big Shot!!!

Film Photography Podcast host Michael Raso introduces you to one of Polaroid’s coolest cameras…The Polaroid “Big Shot!” Released in 1971, this camera is most famous for being the camera-of-choice for Andy Warhol. He shot many of his 1970s portraits…

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