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The Ultra Low ISO Club is a weekly podcast hosted by Edward Conde, Jason Konopinski, and Michael Bartosek. Each week the hosts will interview guests from the Ultra Low ISO Club facebook group.

Join us daily for conversations on the Ultra Low ISO Club facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2708202195857484/

and follow our Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ultra.low.iso.club/

Buy some low ISO film here:
https://www.etsy.com/shop/handrolledfilm

Ultra Low ISO Club Michael@ultralowISOclub

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The Ultra Low ISO Club is a weekly podcast hosted by Edward Conde, Jason Konopinski, and Michael Bartosek. Each week the hosts will interview guests from the Ultra Low ISO Club facebook group.

Join us daily for conversations on the Ultra Low ISO Club facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2708202195857484/

and follow our Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ultra.low.iso.club/

Buy some low ISO film here:
https://www.etsy.com/shop/handrolledfilm

    Infrared Film and the Digital Analogue Collective

    Infrared Film and the Digital Analogue Collective

    elcome to Season 2 Episode 1 of the Ultra Low ISO Club podcast and newly formed Digital Analouge Collective.  The Ultra Low ISO Club Podcast is brough by hosts Edward Conde, Jason Konopinsky and Michael Bartosek. The Digital Analouge Collective is going to be a new cross-over platform with the Grainy Dayz Podcast, the Digital Analouge Collective facebook group (formerly Digi Film Folks) and the Ultra Low ISO Club Facebook group.  

    In this episode we talk about Infrared Films and the collective with comarde matt jones and your favorite hosts, from the  grainy dayz podcast Dustin Cogsdell and......Ed Conde.....again, Damn....that's guy's everywhere.  We hope you enjoy the episode and please join us on facebook in the Digital Analouge Collective and Ultra Low ISO Club groups.

    Links:

    https://www.whatevergraphy.com/

    The film we suspect to be Kodak 2383 in medium format, sold as a bw print film:

    https://www.whatevergraphy.com/products/hand-rolled-120-low-speed-bw-print-film-iso-3

    Kolarivision  - Infrared Photography

    https://kolarivision.com/what-is-infrared-photography/

    Kodak 2383 available at:

    https://www.etsy.com/shop/handrolledfilm




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    • 2 hr 16 min
    Episode 6 - Ed, Ned, Ted and Tomatoes

    Episode 6 - Ed, Ned, Ted and Tomatoes

    Welcome to Episode 6 of the Ultra Low ISO Club, a podcast with hosts Edward Conde, Jason Konopinski and Michael Bartosek.  Each episode we spend time chatting with members of the Ultra Low Iso Club Facebook group and our guest today is Ted Smith.  With Ted, we cover our usual broad range of subjects, including holga shark week, plain burgers with tomato and the Ed, Ned, Ted name game! We skirt some dangerous descriptions of baking and photo chemistry approaches and get the low down on chips and tacos!  And of course, we chat about Ted's images that were included in the the Kodak 2238 project zine.  So grab your copy of the zine and enjoy Ted's descriptions of the images he chose to include.  Welcome to ULIC Ted Smith.

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    • 2 hr 54 min
    Episode 5 - Ian Nutt and the Kodak 2238 Project Zine Revealed

    Episode 5 - Ian Nutt and the Kodak 2238 Project Zine Revealed

    Welcome to Episode 5 of the Ultra Low ISO Club, a weekly podcast (or bi-weekly and maybe it's just some casual conversations with hosts Edward Conde, Jason Konopinsky and Michael Bartosek.   We spend an hour each week chatting with members of the Ultra Low Iso Club Facebook group, our guest today is master zine maker Ian Nutt.

    This week we cover a pretty broad range of subjects, but focus mostly on zine making and do a deep dive into the Kodak 2238 project zine.  So grab your copy of the zine and following along with us as Ian gives us some insight into the layout, image pairings, overall feel of the zine.  

    You can see Ian's work in the Ultra low ISO Club facebook group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/ultralowisoclub/) or on our Instagram feed @ultra.low.iso.club 

    If you'd like to be a guest on a future episode, or have questions and comments, please feel free to reach us at ultralowisoclub facebook group or ultralowisoclub@gmail.com and we'd like to thank Duane Krautter for allowing us to use his song "Misconceptions as our bumper music. 






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    • 2 hr 13 min
    Episode 4 - Betsey Karl searches for the Jersey Devil

    Episode 4 - Betsey Karl searches for the Jersey Devil

    Welcome to Episode 4 of the Ultra Low ISO Club, a weekly podcast with hosts Edward Conde, Jason Konopinsky and Michael Bartosek. 



    We spend an hour each week chatting with members of the Ultra Low Iso Club Facebook group, our guest today is Betsey Karl



    Betsey chats with us about her amazing camera collection, the Jersey Devil, and unexpectedly following in love with film after picking up a film camera to slowdown and get back to the basics.  She shares her passion for horseshow and sports photography, experiences with Kodak 2238 and color filtration tests, and upcoming plans to shoot slow-bart(aka Kodak 2254) for highschool  football.  



    So please, sit back and listen in for Betsey's infectious excitment for home film developing and the perfect moment when Ed tries to coax her into hooking the ULIC team up with some Leica R8's, so we can hang with Mike Gutterman of the Negative Positives Podcast. 



    This week jump right into the conversation with Betsey and meander over a bunch of additional topics including, the blizzarad of 93, hybrid stand development using a combination of rodinal and c-41 chemistry for expired color films, our approaches to editing, and photography vs digital art.  We included some pre-show chatter at the end of the podcast, a brief review of the upcoming 2468 project and a mini announcement of a Mike's upcoming trip to New York City (sept 28-Oct1).  For any listeners in the area, let's meet-up, shoot some slow film and talk shop.  Oh, and at some point an ice cream truck rolls through - you've been warned.



    welcome Betsey Karl.



    Check out Betsey's work on the UltralowISOclub Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/ultra.low.iso.club/

    The ultralowisoclub facebook group:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/ultralowisoclub/






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    • 2 hr 17 min
    Episode 3 - Nancy Bueler, Bueler, Bueler

    Episode 3 - Nancy Bueler, Bueler, Bueler

    Welcome to Episode 3 of the Ultra Low ISO Club, a weekly podcast with hosts Edward Conde, Jason Konopinsky and Michael Bartosek. 

    We spend an hour each week chatting with members of the Ultra Low Iso Club Facebook group, this week our guest is Nancy Bueler 

    Nancy chats with us about her experiences with Kodak 2238, her preference for architectural photography, a summer with type 55 film, and the Polaroid Big Shot. We also covered some fun side topics like buffalo wings, uncertainly with film and how to properly say Toronto and atlanta.

    This week, we changed our format, and jump right into Nancy's backstory and kodak 2238 project work! If you like the preshow chatter, we've included it at the end of the podcast,   We still have some detours in the show with Ed teaching us some changing bag tricks, 120 film developing challenges and listeners can get a good chuckle over Mike and Ed waxing poetic about bird stickers!!

    welcome Nancy

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    • 2 hr 8 min
    Episode 2 - Dustin Nickerson

    Episode 2 - Dustin Nickerson

    The Ultra Low ISO Club is a weekly podcast hosted by Edward Conde, Jason Konopinski, and Michael Bartosek.  Each week the hosts will interview guests from the Ultra Low ISO Club facebook group.  This week we chat with Dustin Nickerson.  Dustin discusses his transition from digital to film, why film hooked him, his first experiences with black and white film, and  why LOW ISO films with pair well with classic cameras.  We indulge in a bit of pre-show chatter, take a few side trips along the way, but Dustin is a fun and fantastic guest - so stick it out to the end and find out how we got Ed to expose his dirty little secret!  And we discuss whale oil on lenses in our ongoing range finder romance section

    Join us daily for conversations on the Ultra Low ISO Club facebook group:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/ultralowisoclub/

    Check out Dustin's Etsy store and grab an awesome T-shirt: https://www.etsy.com/shop/DWiLlUsTrAtEs

    We discuss some camera repair places including the famous:  http://www.yyecamera.com/

    Jason has some amazing prints for sale:  https://www.etsy.com/shop/GrainMatterPhotos

    Ed Conde's zine and work can be found here: http://www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/1421130

    Grab some Low ISO film from Michael's Etsy store:  https://www.etsy.com/shop/handrolledfilm




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    • 2 hr 36 min

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Mario Piper ,

So far so good!!!

I love ultra low ISO film, though I'm still new to film, let alone super LOW ISO. These guys help take the mystery out of it, and make it more understandable. Let hope Kodak, et al, will continue making such film stocks for those of us that appreciate them.

monodistortion ,

Too much background noise.

This podcast is fairly good. I was interested in the episode on infrared film, but there was someone making so much noise in the background it was drowning out the conversation. Someone was chopping carrots or just making a racket— it was really annoying!

chrisreich_rochester ,

5 good minutes of information squeezed into 2-3 hour show.

I like the concept, but this podcast has the lowest signal to noise ratio of any podcast I feel a need to listen to.

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