Dust off your old film camera and join Rachel, Clare, John and Graeme on their adventures in the wonderful world of analog photography, from point and shoots to pinholes and everything in between.
Ep. 289: Cameras, conscience and a massive cat
On this weeks show the team are all here, along with fabulous guests Alecia Barnes and Dan Giannopoulos from LensFayre!
Ep. 288: Wet Plate Willow
On this weeks show Clare and Graeme are joined by the fabulous Willow Dunn, whose beautiful wet plate portraits were a huge hit at the Analogue Spotlight, about how and why they got into this process, and how they ended up at the event a mere two months after making their first Tintype!
Find Willow here: https://www.instagram.com/wetplatewillow/
Ep. 287: Flat mates
Its a full house of hosts this week, most of which are either ill or knackered, but you know, here! Fortunately sickness has not yet been shown to be transmissible via podcast and we've all been up to fun things to report back on. Well, Rach and Clare have.
If you want find out more about the Revela't Festival go here: https://revela-t.cat/2022/en/
The new Agent Shadow film sneaking out here: https://kosmofoto.com/product/kosmo-foto-agent-shadow-film/
The Chroma 612: https://chroma.camera/product-category/cameras/six12/
What Graeme's iffy zoom-burst pictures look like: https://graeme-jago.smugmug.com/Galleries/Thisandthat/Abstract/
Sunny 16 Extra: Analogue Spotlight Afterparty
At the end of a fun but long day at the Analogue Spotlight we sat down with some of the people behind it to hear how it all went.
Audio quality isn't great, but as always the people we chatted to were.
Ep. 286: *Insert your own pun title here*
On this weeks show we're joined by the wonderful Solarcan Man himself, Mr Sam Cornwell, to hear all about the Solarcan Puck which is up on Kickstarter now. This is a really properly cool little creation that is absolutely worth your time to investigate, so go have a look before the Kickstarter ends.
Ep. 285: A Fortunate Man
On this weeks show we're delighted to be joined by the mighty Steve Starr (better known by many as @stig_ofthedump) To talk about the book a Fortunate man from the 60's a work produced by writer John Berger and documentary photographer Jean Mohr detailing the life and practice of a local GP in a small village in the Forest of Dean, and how Steve used this as an inspiration to create his own book, not only for the subject matter, but also for the way the writing and pictures were used together to create a whole story.
This is the first podcast I’ve ever reviewed, it’s so good I had to leave a review! A self proclaimed non-factual podcast, it’s a easy listen to and has been my go to podcast for the last couple of months! I’m 55 episodes in, nearing 100 hours of listening to Graeme and Ade waffle on and I’m thoroughly enjoying it, special shout out to the Justin Quinnell episode #47, if you only listen to one episode, make sure it’s that one!!
Upbeat, Funny And Informative - And The Perfect Accompaniment Whilst I Sort Through All My Old Cameras And Lenses. I'm Listening From The First Podcast And Catching Up 3 Or 4 At A Time. Came To It Via The 'Classic Lens' Podcast Which I Also Love.
Carry On The Great Work - I'm Catching Up Slowly...
enough of the touchy feely and mediocrity
This used to be one of my favourite podcasts. The celebration of mediocrity became a total yawn fest. Crap film, crap cameras, basically any old crap process. Now I listen only to the episodes when it’s just Graeme and John. They are brilliant but all too seldom.