Friday, July 8, 2011
Jeremy North recounts the FPP London Meet-Up!
Guest blog by Jeremy North
I have been in a 'funk' for months when it comes to creativity. I’d done little to no photography for many months, so was in desperate need of a kick start.
Then I read on the Film Photography Podcast Flickr group about a meet-up/photo-walk right here in the UK. The idea of meeting up with fellow film users was juhttp://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gifst the thing to get me going again and I was encouraged by the fact that FPP guys Michael Raso and John Fedele were making the trip over the pond just to visit us UK listeners. I'd not done anything of the kind, doing a photo-walk with a group, let alone a bunch of film nuts.
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What is FPP?
The Film Photography Project seeks to inform, engage and inspire amateur and professional photographers working in the traditional film medium. Launched by FPP founder Michael Raso in 2009, FPP provides a forum for photographers from around the globe to share their creative output, challenges and product reviews, while promoting the viability of vintage cameras and film through frequent givhttp://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gife-aways and exchange programs. In addition to the Film Photography Podcast Internet Radio Show, the Film Photography Project network of imprints includes the FPP Flickr Page, YouTube Channel, Facebook Group, Twitter Account, newsletter and the Film Photography Project Store.
Michael Raso is passionate about film as a viable and exciting medium for the visual artist, even in this age of digital photography. A photographer, producer ahttp://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gifnd filmmaker working professionally in the visual arts for over 20 years, Michael is also the founder of the Film Photography Project and its fortnightly internet radio show, the Film Photography Podcast. At last count, Michael was actively shooting with over 50 vintage cameras.
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