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Documentary Photographer Patrick Wack travels to the Xinjiang Autonomous Region to document China's westward expansion into Central Asia. Upon learning the mass incarceration and human rights violations of the Uyghur people, Patrick returns to Xinjiang to photograph the second part of his book, "The Night is Thick," describing the region as an Orwe…
 
Kodak removes photojournalist Pat Wack, photo from their Instagram account after upsetting the Chinese Communist Government when describing the images from his upcoming photo book, 'DUST,' as an Orwellian Dystopia. The photographic community is angered by the action. We break down what happened and try to make sense of Kodak's reasoning for taking …
 
Jordana, Steven, and Bill meet back up to discuss the photo news and Bill shares his experience interviewing and photographing Clyde Butcher. Photo News: Polaroid releases a new duo-chrome film. The film community reacts to the silver 35mm caps. Negative Supply Light Meter Kickstarter The EPA cancels Velvia 100 Reddit wants to do a Silver Squeeze…
 
Support Studio C-41 by shopping at KEH Camera using our affiliate link. By using this link, we make a small commission that helps this show produce this content. Thanks to the gas shortage crisis, Jordana, Steven, and Bill were supposed to meet at the studio to record in person for the first time since lockdown. However, one last remote recording c…
 
Photographer Wesley Verhoeve joins the podcast to discuss his Photo Book, "Notice." We learn about Wesley growing up learning photography from his father. We then dive into learning how COVID-19 changed his photography, traveling worldwide, meeting and photographing people. While socially distanced in suburban Vancouver, Wesley challenged himself t…
 
Studio C-41 kicks off with a terrible advertisement to support us on Ko-fi. We've launched a Ko-fi page where your contribution will help Studio C-41 create content for our amazing listeners. We kick off the episode with a special announcement where Alex Luyckx, of the Classic Camera Revival Podcast, joins us as the senior writer and editor for the…
 
Mark Rossi of Due North Leather Goods joins Studio C-41 for a one-on-one interview to discuss his love of photography and leather crafting and how they share similarities. We learn his process in selecting and creating leather straps. Mark makes each leather camera strap to order and can make straps to custom order as well. You can visit Due North …
 
The gang is back together! Well... Sorta. Bill and Jordana meet to record in the studio while Steven connects remotely to record our first podcast episode together in nearly a year! We discuss some of Studio C-41 news, recent new projects in the Studio for a CineStill Film ECN-2 project. We discuss our Kodak video we finally published and has gaine…
 
Kodachrome: songs have been written about it, parks have been named after it, movies have been produced about it. It is an iconic film that has not been commercially processed since January 18, 2011. The photo lab to make its last stand for Kodachrome was Dwayne's Photo. When Kodak gave Steve McCurry the last roll of Kodachrome off the manufacturin…
 
Analog Talk, Classic Camera Revival, and Negative Positives Podcast join Studio C-41 for an epic, 2-hour, roundtable episode. We look back on the challenges we faced and discuss our accomplishments through an unprecedented time for our society. Many of us are including YouTube into our lineup of media and discuss our hopes with the podcast and chan…
 
Valoi co-founder, Arild Basmo, joins us to discuss their debut Kickstarter product, their new camera scanner, the Valoi 360. We learn a little about Arild, how he got into photography and how a student in his last year of university, studying linguistics, is pivoting into building a new business. To check out the Valoi 360, you can visit their Kick…
 
Watch and subscribe to this podcast on YouTube! 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 u…
 
Joe Greer, first attending bible college to become a pastor, never expected to go into photography. However, using 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 hi…
 
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. Follow Dan Rubin on Instagram @danrubin Support…
 
Watch the interview on our YouTube Channel! 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…
 
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. Full Article Review! Check out their new ECN-2 home processing …
 
The founders of CineStill Film join Studio C-41 for a podcast interview on their latest product announcement: The Cs6 Creative Slide 3-Bath E6 Development 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…
 
Bill, Jordana, Steven, & Emre meet virtually for a podcast episode. We discuss how we've been doing the quarantine and what we have been doing to stay creative. We discuss the latest photo news and provide some updates on projects Studio C-41 has been working on! Join the Studio C-41 Facebook Group for our virtual hangouts. We plan to hold a weekly…
 
There's been a gap with the episodes. Bill gives an update on the status of Studio C-41 during the pandemic. We're focusing on social interactions and have introduced social hangouts in our communities as the primary focus. This is not to say the podcast is not happening anymore. This is just an adjustment to address our needs to interact with othe…
 
This week, we interview with Emmy-nominated journalist, Carlos Beltran. Carlos is the creator behind the piece “Why We Still Love Film” for NBC’s Left Field which included interviewing photographers Willem Verbeeck, Matt Day, and Nick Carver. In this interview, we’ll learn a little bit about Carlos and why he is drawn to film photography. Additiona…
 
Steven, Jordana, and Bill travel to Nashville, Tennessee for Imaging USA. During their stay, Third Man Records opens their door for an interview of a lifetime. Studio C-41 also invites AJ Holmes, co-founder of Negative Supply, to discuss what they've been up to since the last successful Kickstarter of the MK-1, designing the Carrier 120! Video of t…
 
Merry Christmas Everybody! We record the last episode of the year (and the decade)! Bill gives Jordana and Steven some Christmas gifts. They briefly go over the photo news. Lastly, they discuss where they were 10 years ago and what their goals are for 2020. Thank you, listeners, for making 2019 a fantastic year and we can't wait to get started in 2…
 
After five grueling years and 50 updates to Kickstarter Backers, FILM Ferrania releases P30 and a series of videos updating backers on its progress in restoring an Iconic Italian film factory and resurrecting a color reversal film for the film community. Co-host, Steven Wallace a backer on the project, has the opportunity to speak to Dave Bias, the…
 
Bill recently travelled to a small town in Illinois for work and took his camera and film for the trip. In a solo show, he shares his experience requesting a handcheck for his film at a major airport and a smaller airport for the return trip. During this trip, he shot some CineStill Film 800T and pushed it 2-stop to EI 3200. He shares his tips on h…
 
After going out with the new Ilford Ortho Plus 80 and never shot orthochromatic film before, I invite photographer and camera tinkerer Brian DuBois. We discuss the characteristics of orthochromatic film and how it is different to the panchromatic film we're so used to. Follow Brian on Instagram. You can also follow Brian and his images with Fujifil…
 
Taylar Stauss is at the center of some incredible photography coming out Nashville's music industry. Taylar currently photographs the Nashville DIY music scene conveying the energy of the musicians and loyal fanbase of up-and-coming bands. In addition to her work, she is working on a project that will give people an affordable film camera through v…
 
We meet around the blanket fort for an update on what's going on! Steven and Jordana give Bill a hard time for trying to be organized and do the show with an agenda. We discuss the latest news: Acros 100 II, Film Ferrania, Lomography Metropolis, Reflex Setbacks and more! Studio C-41 News: We have a Store! Our official "Shoot Some Film Dangit!" T-sh…
 
I don't know why it took us this long to get Mike Padua on to the show. I have to admit, I am a bit embarrassed that we didn't have him on the show sooner. Mike tells us a little bit about himself and new updates with ShootFilmCo. He takes on questions from the film community, and discusses the work of Glen E. Friedman photographer for iconic image…
 
In a change of format, Bill Manning invites EM of Emulsive and Paul McKay, CEO of Analogue Wonderland, to discuss the recent grim new for digital camera manufacturers for Canon, Nikon, Fujifilm, and Olympus. Sony sells its shares back to Olympus, some viewing a dumping of devalued stock, Nikon fails to innovate and as well outsourcing all of it com…
 
We have Boutique Film Lab owner and CEO, Ryan Tolbert, join us for a one-on-one interview to discuss what happens behind the counter at a commercial film lab. We discuss the challenges of old technology, process bottlenecks, and what happens when labs receive film with 'graphic' content. The Studio C-41 Film Photography Group to submits their quest…
 
UK Photographer, Kate Hook, joins us for a One-on-one interview to give us an update on her latest work. Bill learned about Kate's process to 'souping' film on the Sunny 16 Podcast. Kate has taken a small break from souping film has has traveled through parts of Australia, Malaysia, and Japan. Through her travels, she worked with models creating st…
 
Okay, Okay, it turns out we were DEAD wrong on our ILFORD Film predictions. However, that isn't a bad thing! Matt Parry, marketing manager for ILFORD Photo, is in New York City for PhotoPlus. He graciously spares some time to tell us about the new ILFORD Product releases. This is our first time having ILFORD join us, and we hope to have them on for…
 
It may only seem like it was a few episodes, but it has been two MONTHS since Jordana, Steven, and Bill are together for an episode. We catch up on what we've been up to and we cover the photo news. Photo News: Ilford Teases Photographers Upcoming Product Announcements Lomography Releases a Cardboard Camera and Liquid Filter Lens Reto launches a Ki…
 
We are getting close to launching our expired film project. However, Bill still has questions about the horde of film Fujifilm Rep, Brandon Remler, has given him. In our discussions with several photographers, we've received numerous recommendations on how to shoot expired film. However, one recommendation keeps getting brought up, "Overexpose one …
 
Neil Hamamoto joins Bill for a one-on-one interview to discuss their project, Free Film USA. Neil and his team are traveling throughout the country handing out Kodak Professional Tri-X and asking photographers to submit their images on the topic: Something Red, White, and Blue. Free Film USA is halfway through their tour returning to New York City.…
 
Photographer, Guillermo Montesinos, reaches out to Bill Manning after listening to an episode about shooting expired film. He shares his experiences shooting expired Ektachrome E100 VS and gives his take on how to shoot expired film. He also is reaching out to discuss a social media project he is working on: "The Outdated Film Project" (#outdatedfi…
 
Atlanta Photographer, Joelle Grace, represented by Agency Arts, stops by the blanket fort for a special one-on-one interview to discuss her experience as an up-and-coming fashion photographer. She shares how hard work and dedication got her 'on to the scene' and now has images in more than 20 publications like Vogue Italia, Billboard Magazine, GIRL…
 
After receiving more than 500 rolls of Kodachrome 5-years after the last rolls were developed at Dwayne's Photo, Kelly-Shane Fuller took it upon himself to learn how Kodachrome film was processed. For the past 2-years, he has made significant progress in reverse engineering the development process. On an Instagram post in August, 2019 he shares a p…
 
YouTuber, Nico Llasera, of the Nico Photography Show comes on to the show for a One-on-One Interview. Nico's YouTube Channel, commonly found as Nico's Photo News, is one of the fastest growing YouTube channels for analog photography news, reviews, and vlogs. We learn about how he got into film photography, how he does is photography news research, …
 
Erik Javi returns to the Blanket Fort to give us an update on his impressive collection of images from his 2,650 mile hike along the Pacific Crest Trail. He shares his first iteration of the book, 2,650, depicting more than 170 images over 100 days of the trail hike from beginning to end. Check out our first interview with Erik in 2018. We dive int…
 
The creator for the Kodak 2238 Project, a community collaboration, Michael Bartosek, shares his reasons for starting a film community collaboration. Thirty people are given two rolls of Kodak 2238 black and white film. This is a low speed, fine grain, panchromatic film that is not commonly used for photography. Traditionally, this film is used for …
 
Steven is back from his proposal shoot in Banff National Park. He shares his story doing a stylized wedding shoot. Jordana discusses how some people people say her images don't look like it was shot with film. Bill shares his results scanning with the Negative Supply MK1 film carrier. Review and sample image scans using the MK1.…
 
While Steven is out, Jordana and Bill conduct a tag team interview with North Georgia Photographer Bryan Garris. Bryan Garris shares his insight in selling his work at art festivals and how he differentiates himself from other photographers. He provides some helpful tips and tricks to photographers interested in selling their work at these festival…
 
Jordana is back from her trip in New York City and Boston. Since we've all done a bit of traveling with our film gear, we discuss what we share our recommendations when it comes to dealing with TSA in our baggage. Photo News: Acros 100 II Returns New55 Releases their peel-apart 400 speed film Negative Supply hits 300% funding on their Kickstarter C…
 
It's time for another Podcast Cross Over episode. Bill tries to have an interview with co-hosts of the Hypersensitive Photographers Podcast Hamish Gill and EM. Since it is our first time having Hamish on the show, we learn about how he got into photography and how 35mmc became one of the largest film camera review websites on the internet. We wrang…
 
The fouled mouth, punk rock, film photography podcast, Grainy Dayz, stops by the studio as part of the podcast crossover series. Co-hosts Dustin Cogsdell and Mac MacDonald tells us a little bit about their photography, the reason they started Grainy Dayz, and why the Nikon F100 is the new hotness. Follow Grainy Dayz on Instagram: @grainy_dayz_podca…
 
Bill has a one-on-one interview with AJ Holmes, co-founder of Negative Supply. Negative Supply is about to launch their first Kickstarter, set for July 1, 2019, with the MK1. The MK1 is a 35mm film advancing device to speed up film scanning process as well as making the film as flat as possible for the sharpest possible capture with an overhead cam…
 
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