Dust off your old film camera and join Rachel, Ade and Graeme on their adventures in the wonderful world of analog photography, from point and shoots to pinholes and everything in between.
Ep. 223: Brian Griffin, the Black Country DADA
Got a real treat for you this week, with multi award winning photographer Brian Griffin, one of the most respected and lauded photographers of the 70's and '80's, a photographer who not only managed to make photo's of business leaders into surrealist art, but also shot some of the biggest names in music in the 80's, and is responsible for some iconic record covers.
We had a great chat with Brian, but we only got to scratch the surface of his experiences. Luckily for us all he's currently kickstarting a book documenting his work and life from 1969 to 1990 called "Black Country DADA" so go check that out!
Brian's website: https://www.briangriffin.co.uk/
Brian's poetry slide show! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMV8eEvX8aI
Ep. 222: All Aboard the Podcast Train!
It's a full house this week with Clare, Rachel, John and Graeme all here to catch up with each other and you guys, with adventures such as a trip to Italy, videos for Ilford, an printing work for exhibitions and more to talk about. Not only that but we've also got some great listener emails to dip into as well.
John's Patron subscription: https://johnwhitmorephotography.co.uk/support/
Tide predictor: http://www.ukho.gov.uk/EasyTide/EasyTide/SelectPort.aspx
Chicago Youth symphony orchestra: https://youtu.be/5kbAWI7K0ok
Derrick Tate performing: https://youtu.be/5kbAWI7K0ok
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Ep. 221: A life of Photography
On this weeks show, John and Graeme are joined from Australia by Julian Kingma, award winning professional photographer and all round utter delight to talk about his early days as a newspaper photographer, making the work transition from film to digital, pursuing projects and making that pay, getting portraits in the national gallery and much more.
Julian is an excellent follow on Instagram, find him here: https://www.instagram.com/julian_kingma/?hl=en
Ep 220 : Analog Forever, forever ever, forever ever?
On the show this week John and Clare talk with Michael Behlen, founder of The Analog Forever magazine about how it was started, the current edition and what the future holds for the magazine.
You can browse the online content and find out about how to submit here:
Michael’s own photography can be found on his Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/michaelbehlen/
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Backing Paper is Back! Clare, John and Graeme are here with some emails, some listener audio, cheap shots challenge entries and more!
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Customer ReviewsSee All
A must listen to, for film photographers
Funny, informative and a great way to spend a commute while learning about film photography
Hilarious and informative - it's great!!
Just became aware of this great podcast a few weeks ago. Love the good natured teasing between the hosts Ade and Graeme, the guests are top notch and the topics interesting. I always learn something, sometimes it's even something about photography :) Really great production values too. Keep up the good work, gents!
Good fun, good info
A terrific podcast with lots of tidbits on obscure cameras and film. They are good fun to listen to. They have plenty of good info, humour and above all, inspiration to go out and shoot. They are good chaps who don't take themselves too seriously and are clearly having fun with photography.
Keep up the good work boys!