Episode 15 - September 15, 2010
Impossible PX 70 film review, Listener photo gallery, Camera giveaway and more!
Hosted by Michael Raso with Duane Polcou and John Fedele.
The Impossible Project's newest film stock - PX 70 Color Shade for Polaroid cameras
Only three months left to shoot this amazing film stock.
Kodachrome Image © Dan Domme (from the FPP Kodachrome Group on Flickr)
Are you committed to shooting and processing Kodachrome before it disappears? Email Michael and he'll send you a roll. (while supplies last) Tell him a little about yourself and why you’d like to shoot Kodachrome. Is your photography on Flickr? If so, give Michael a link to your page.
FilmPhotographyPodcast AT Gmail.com
Support (and join!) John Meadows Kodachrome Photowalk in Ontario, Canada. (Oct 16th).
Come and join Michael Raso’s Kodachrome Film Photography Project 2010 on Flickr.
Thank you so much for all your donations to The Film Photography Project.
We've got some great give-aways in the months ahead! Our listeners are the best on the planet!
FPP House Band – The Pink Delicates
news flash! - PAT SANSONE'S 100 POLAROIDS
Wilco - The Band.
Pat Sansone is in The Autumn Defense
This is a segment of an interview with The Autumn Defense on Chicago TV show "Corporate Country Sucks"
Pat Sansone's 100 Polaroids Project. (On Facebook)
100 Polaroids by Patrick Sansone / Book Jacket © Patrick Sansone
Pat's book available on the WILCO site
Take a look at the Pat Sansone Flickr Gallery Michael Raso has created that feature some of Pat’s Polaroids.
Pat Sansone on Flickr!
Visit RetroThing.com and take a read of their article on The Impossible Project.
The boys review of The Impossible Project’s new PX 70 color film for Polaroid cameras
Michael Raso’s Impossible Project PX 70 Gallery on Flickr.
A “tip of the hat” to Ludwig West's PX 70 photography. His Flickr Photostream.
Polaroid Image © Ludwig West
Curate your own gallery! How to create a gallery on Flickr.
Michaels Raso’s Impossible Project PX 70 Color Shade Photos on Flickr.
Assemble your own 35mm camera!
Malcolm Kingswell brings up the idea of the traveling camera.
Film Photography Magazine discussed
Light Leaks Magazine discussed
E-mail us if you're in the moment! FilmPhotographyPodcast AT GMail.com
Ian Cook, who turned Michael onto the Olympus Trip 35, says he enjoyed Episode 13, and he's donating a '75 Trip 35! Thank you so much!!!!
Tony Kwong is sending a Fuji Instax 200 Camera! And Some Fujifilm Pack Film! Brilliant!
Remember on Oct 1st we're giving away the Olympus Stylus Epic and the Revere Eyematic EE 127. Please email filmphotographypodcast AT gmail.com with a bit about yourself, and which camera you'd like in the subject line.
127 film? Buy it at Freestyle Photographic and The Frugal Photographer.
The Heart of the Show
Polaroid Image © Lambis Stratoudakis
Lambis from Sweden recommends Dan Wallin's site and photographs.
Featured FPP Gallery Photo / Image © April-lea Photography
We look at our listener's images via Flickr Gallery - Follow along while we're talking about the photos!
Michael Raso’s Photographs of Desiree Saetia.
Desiree Saetia / Kodachrome
ImNotGonnaDanceWithYouUntilYouCalmDown by Monday Night Bear Claw
Monday Night Bear Claw (The Band) on MySpace.
Book (s) Of The Month
Sirens by Marco Glaviano
Henri Cartier Bresson "The Early Work"
Duane talks about Marco Glaviano (here's some images, and also look at a “The Google” Image Search).
His book Sirens is superb. Look for it on the eBay.
Read about Henri Cartier Bresson on WIkipedia. Check out some images on “The Google”.
FPP friend Rob Nunn recommends "Modern Century"
Michael finds Dumb and Dumber (on-set Polaroids) on e-bay.
The boys discuss Jim Carey (including Me Myself and Irene).
Future show discussions - Minox discussion, large format, and photographing models!
The Knack 1979 - My Sharona!
See you in two weeks!!!
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Show notes contributed by Rob Nunn