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The Importance of a Zine: Analog Forever Magazine
Michael Behlen, Founder of Analog Forever Magazine, joins us to discuss the importance zines have in documenting contemporary photographers. We discuss the importance of a photographer sharing their thoughts, experiences, and the meaning behind their work. If no story is left behind, it is only left up to interpretation.
nyc... i love you: An Interview with Joe Greer
Joe Greer first attending bible college with the intention to become a pastor, never expected to go into photography. However, using applications like Instagram and working at VSCO altered his path to becoming one of the most influential photographers in the film photography community. We discuss Joe's journey to New York City and his move to Nashville, which led to him publishing his sold-out photobook 'nyc... i love you.'
Film or Digital: Photography is the Medium
Dan Rubin is no stranger to the film photography community. Working as a successful digital and printed designer, he implements both film and digital photography into his professional workflow. We discuss how a working photographer's hybrid workflow looks like and how shooting on film saves him money.
Storytelling with Photography: An Interview with Clyde Butcher
Coined as the "Ansel Adams" of the Everglades, Clyde Butcher is known for his amazing photography captured in the Everglades National Park in Florida. Clyde shares his story of how he got into photography and how he broke into a market that allowed photographic art to hang up in every household in America. He tells his heartbreaking story, which leads to a transition into being a primarily black and white photographer.
Processing ECN-2 at Home with QWD Lab
Processing motion picture film at home has been a bit of a mystery. Access to chemistry in small quantities has left a gap in home processing. We have Jeremy Saltry of QWD Lab to talk about bringing ECN-2 home processing to the household and demystifying processing motion picture film.
Interview: CineStill Film- Cs6 Creative Slide E-6 Kit
Brandon and Brian Wright, founders of CineStill Film, spent more than a year and a half reformulating the E-6 recipe after Kodak EKTACHROME E100 was released. Now, CineStill Film has brought 3 developers drastically different E-6 developers to a hungry film photography market
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Started with the episode about slide film. Quite long, took about forty minutes to get to the the main topic (entire ep is 2 hrs). That works quite well for me tho as I listen to podcasts casually while doing something else and down to listen to a loose conversations about stuff I like.
Anyways, great show 👍