Friday, January 7, 2011

SNOW DAY – Winter Photography by Film Photography Podcast Listeners

Blog by Michael Raso

M & G Christmas Card

A “snow day” has been declared at the FPP studio on the eastern coast of the United States. It’s the first snow of the new year and what better way to celebrate than to create a collection of snowy images shot by the fantastic Film Photography Podcast listeners.

Above: “M & G Christmas Card” by William Gray
Nikon N-90s, 180mm, Kodak Gold 200, no filter

Below: “Snowy Streets” by Nick Leonard -
Fuji Instax 200 camera / Fuji Instax 200 instant film

Snowy Streets


above: "Untitled" by Covenant OPC
Blackbird, Fly camera / Kodak Portra VC 400

Below: “Nite Owl Drive In” by Erik Ljung
Hasselblad 6x6 / 120 film

Nite Owl Drive In - Milwaukee, WI

Duck Fight

above: “Duck Fight” by Dan Photographic
Mamiya C220 Professional / Black Sekor 80mm 1:2.8 (blue dot) / 120 roll Kodak Ektar 100

Below: “Three Trees” by Scott L
Yashica Mat 124, Expired 220 Fujichrome 200 @100, Home developed in Diafine

Three Trees

First snow. Wanting a kiss

above: “First Snow. Wanting a Kiss” by Eponymous Hero

below: “SLR No.43” by LANCEPHOTO -
CAMERA: Polaroid SX-70 SLR 680SE / FILM: Polaroid 600 expired 6/2009

SLR No.43

Fort Tryon Park

above: “Fort Tryon Park” by Antonio Alverez
Polaroid Spectra 2 camera / Impossible PZ 600 Silver Shade film.

Below: “Sunset” by Chreriksen
Argus C3 / Ilford Delta 100 Professional film


Launched in October of 2009, the Film Photography Podcast is a 90 minute, bi-weekly Internet radio program, exploring a wide range of topics relevant to the experienced and aspiring photographer using film as a medium. Hosts Michael Raso and Duane Polcou enthusiastically dissect and debate the pros-and-cons of film formats, do-it-yourself techniques, digital technologies, and vintage and contemporary cameras and accessories in a thorough, informative and casual manner. Regular features include Camera tests and reviews, “book of the month”, interviews, a listener-generated Q&A, and film-related giveaways.

Produced in the United States, the Film Photography Podcast is broadcast around the globe via iTunes and direct stream from

1 comment:

  1. These are some refreshing examples of snow photography.