Join the Shutter Brothers, Kevin and Kelley Lane, as they journey ever onward toward a return to film photography. Each new episode will feature specific film related topics, such as cameras, film selection, home processing, and photography techniques, and the brothers will attempt to answer your questions, too. It's all about putting the "fun" back into photography!
UJC Podcast #27: Autumn to the Max(xum)
It's Autumn, and the fall colors are popping like crazy. Nature's impressionism is on display, so now is the time to capture fall colors on film. Kevin shares some useful tips for making keeper autumn shots.
Kevin has begun to notice the effect Father Time is having on his eyes, so now seems to be the right time to make the move to an autofocus SLR camera. Kevin explains why the Minolta Maxxum 7000 is the perfect choice for him.
Show notes: https://unclejonesyscameras.blogspot.com
UJC Podcast #26: Make that Move - Test that Lens - Buy this Zine!
The Shutter Brothers are back! Listen as Kelley discusses his the results he got from shooting double 8 movie film in his Bolex movie camera. Yes, you can make real 8mm home movies today! The camera are cheap and easy to find, are there are plenty of film choices available. Meanwhile, Kevin has been testing some lenses. Listen to find out why and how. Finally, Kevin reviews a beautiful and inspiring zine from Matt Murray of Matt Loves Cameras podcast (our of our favorites!)
UJC Podcast #25: Interview with Mark Gilliland
Shutter Brother Kevin here. Today I get to chat with my friend and professional photographer, Mark Gilliland! Mark's long career includes work in news, features, fashion, food, sports real estate, and wedding photography. He also is an artist with a large body of work in documentary and fine art photography. You can find Mark's work at www.markgillilandphotography.com and his Instagram page at @magill3179.
UJC Podcast #24: They're Gonna Put Me in the Movies!
The Shutter Brothers are back with a brand new show, and it's getting cinematic! Kelley is super excited about shooting regular 8mm movie film this summer, and he shares what he has learned so far and how to save money by shooting B&W 8mm film. Meanwhile, Kevin explains why he has decided to stop scanning his B&W negatives and instead scan only the darkroom prints he makes from those negatives while also sharing how he makes "virtual" contact sheets.
Thanks for listening, and Happy Shooting!
UJC Podcast #23: The Shadow Knows
The socially distant (but still together) Shutter Brothers are back to talk about photography and how we are coping with staying socially distant and even self-isolating. Some of our wonderful Both Shutter Bros. have a camera to talk about. Kevin shows off his Russian made Zorki 4 rangefinder, while Kelley sings the praises of a Minolta XE-7. Finally, Kevin brings up a very mysterious subject: How to use Sunny f16 when it isn't sunny. Answer: "The Shadow Knows!" Thank you for listening!!
UJC Podcast #22: How to Load 'Em - How to Hold 'Em
The Shutter Brothers are back with a brand new show!!! Kelley talks about his favorite camera of all, the Nikon F3HP, while Kevin exudes the joys of darkroom printing. And to paraphrase the late great singer (and photographer) Kenny Rogers, "you gotta know how to load 'em, know how to hold 'em:" a tutorial on film camera basic from Kelley. Then, Kevin has a review of a great book, Walker Evans Polaroids. Lots of fun for everyone!