Thursday, November 24, 2011

FPP November 2011 Digest!

The Stash

Film Photography Project UPDATES for November 2011!!

Sean Galbraith of DK Photo Group

Mat Marrash interviews die-hard Toronto film shooter Sean Galbraith!


daniel k and the buildings

Australian photographer Daniel Klaas brings out the beauty in his subjects using natural light on film.


Kodak Professional

Michael Raso and Mat Marrash interview Kodak's Scott DiSabato - Film is Alive and Well!


PDN Push #1

Michael Raso & Mat Marrash interview World-Famous Street Photog Louis Mendes!


FPP @ PDN 2011

What's all the excitement over film photography?!! Listen to the entire epic episode 47 of The Film Photography Podcast! Live from the NYC PDN Photo Plus Expo. Kodak! Keith Canham! Fuji! Freestyle! and More!


That's not all! The word on the street is that The Film Photography Podcast is WEEKLY in December 2011!

Hear the radio promo!

Film Photography Podcast - Weekly in December 2011! by Film Photography Project

Monday, November 21, 2011

EPIC Episode 47 - FPP at the PDN! / November 15, 2011

Hassleblad Anyone?

The Epic Episode! Film Photography Meet-Up at PDN NYC! Interviews include film-talk with Kodak, Instant film with Fujifilm, Large Format with Keith Canham, Photo Paper with Freestyle and lots, lots more! Hosted by Michael Raso, Mat Marrash with Dan Domme and FPP listener Alex Luyckx!

Listen in!

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Develop Slide Film (E-6) at Home

DIY! Develop Color Slide Film at Home!
above: Still image from our FPP video. Follow link below.

Guest Blog by Mat Marrash

Just a month after finishing a project in B&W film and nearly a year exploring new color negative films, I’m starting to notice just how little attention I’ve been paying to slide film (insert sad face here). Each time I would start shooting some, the excitement of vivid colors on a positive image were quickly overtaken by thoughts of time wasted and more money spent. Regardless of overall quality, sending out your E-6 to be processed is time consuming, and can get expensive fast. And though I love my color lab for their quality and consistency, there are times where cutting out the middle man and saving a buck just sounds better. Enter in the world of home processing. For a minimum start-up cost, a warm sink, and about an hour of free time, you can start processing your own E-6 film at home.

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E6 by Film Photography Project

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Thursday, November 3, 2011

For The Love of Film Photography

Barbara J. Dombach, Vine in a Bottle

Barbara J. Dombach's earnest photographic journey began in 1986 when she completed 10 solo shows and participated in over 70 group shows, winning various awards and merits including a 1992 “Lancaster City Arts Grant” to complete a project using Kodak HIE Infrared film.

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Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Episode 46 – November 1, 2011

Smoovin / Olympus Stylus Epic!

The Film Photography Podcast (Internet Radio Show)!
Episode 46 – November 1, 2011

Polaroid Land Camera explosion! DIY Camera Mods! 110 Film Returns! Is the Lomo-Look Family Friendly? Hosted by Michael Raso, Mat Marrash, John Fedele and new guy Dane “Smoove Sailor” Johnson!

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