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Because we are interested in people's story, and not what type of gear they use, we introduce a new much needed podcast in the world of photography and cinematography. Featuring in-depth conversations with some of the world's leading photographers, filmmakers, and other visual revolutionaries, we are bringing you the backstory on how some of your favorite artists got to where they are today.
 
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!
 
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Commercial, lifestyle, and travel photographer/videographer and former host of The Darkroom Podcast Dane Deaner joins the show to talk about his early years of chasing a creative life through improv acting, to working as a sound engineer, to finally settling into photography and videography and slowly making a name for himself in the competitive wo…
 
Commercial and editorial photographer Danny Weiss joins the podcast to talk about how he went from a kid growing up in Brooklyn with artist parents, to a competitive swimmer that would end up following in the footsteps of his mother and chase the dream of becoming an actor for a decade of hard work and rejection before finally falling in love with …
 
Adventure travel, lifestyle, and action sports photographer Tyler Ravelle joins the podcast to talk about growing up on the west coast of Canada with a love of snowboarding and the adventure the mountains offered, and how he turned that passion into a career as a photographer and content creator after years of trying to juggle a full time job while…
 
Award winning film and commercial director Jackson Tisi joins the podcast to tell the story of how he went from a kid growing up outside of Jackson Hole Wyoming with a devotion to competitive freestyle and big mountain skiing to studying filmmaking at NYU, to directing music videos with his creative friends, to working on advertising pieces for som…
 
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…
 
Fashion and portrait photographer Mark Elzey joins the podcast to talk about how a kid from Bogalusa, Louisiana with an early love of art and music ended up in New York shooting for some of the most respected publications in the world. During our conversation Mark talks about falling in love with photography the moment he held a friend's camera in …
 
After a short break, the podcast returns with Season 5 and a conversation with the legendary photographer Albert Watson where we discuss how he built an iconic body of work consisting of over 100 covers of Vogue, as well as countless other top tier editorial covers, advertising jobs, world renowned gallery shows, and so much more. From his beginnin…
 
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…
 
We're back with a show dedicated to the heath and wellbeing of your vintage cameras. Kevin's newly acquired Leica iiia has a shutter problem that can be put aright by a qualified camera technician. Camera servicing (Clean-Lubricate-Adjust, or CLA) will help your camera to function properly for years to come and is well worth the expense. Although a…
 
Shutter Brother Kevin is back with a solo show with a report on his first experience with Lomography's Lomochrome Purple XR film. This false color negative film is very popular with many artistic-minded film photographers, but what does Color-Blind Kevin think? Listen to find out. Next, flea market dreams do come true, as Kevin found out on a recen…
 
Renowned photographer Mark Seliger joins the podcast to talk about his journey from a kid growing up in Texas with a love of the darkroom, to becoming the chief photographer of Rolling Stone Magazine for 10 years, shooting iconic portraits and incredible and sometimes hilarious conceptual ideas, before deciding to move on with his career working wi…
 
Many of you might know this week's guest Niles Jeran from all his work with Moment and the fun videos he's made alongside Caleb Babcock in their quest to not only promote the brand, but to inspire other creatives out there that they can make something beautiful with the tool that's already in their pocket. But during our conversation, I get the cha…
 
Chris Burkard returns to the podcast to discuss some of what he's been up to over the last year of passion projects and commercial work, as well as to catch up in general and talk about all the things that continue to inspire him as a creative. If you haven't been following along with all the amazing films and athletic endeavors that Chris has been…
 
Award winning documentary and editorial photographer Dina Litovsky joins the podcast to talk about how she went from studying pre-med and psychology at NYU to falling in love with photography and earning her masters at SVA and going on to work with everyone from Time to National Geographic. During our conversation Dina talks about what it was like …
 
On this episode of the podcast I'm joined by filmmaker, photographer, YouTuber, and cycling culture enthusiast Terry Barentsen. Many of you might know him from his "Hot Line" series on YouTube or his live streams from his bike on Twitch, but during our conversation we talk about the story that got him there and everything he's been up to in the wor…
 
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…
 
Renowned photographer and frequent National Geographic contributor Robert Clark joins the podcast to talk about growing up in Hays Kansas and his early love of sports photography that would create a young determined photographer working his way through multiple newspapers on the way to an extremely storied career. During our conversation Robert tal…
 
Our featured guest on today's show is Mario Piper! Mario is a talented photographer who has a knack for getting the most out of expired films while also producing artful and expressive images. In addition, Mario produces the Gen-X Photography Podcast (which Shutter Brother Kevin has been really enjoying). In it, Mario chronicles his film photograph…
 
Award wining commercial and adventure photographer Michael Clark makes his third appearance on the podcast for a fitting May 4th conversation about gear and current technology. Make sure to check out Michael's biographical conversation back on episode #42 to hear the story of his journey into photography. During this conversation we talk about how …
 
Jerome Carter is the creator of the Earth Sun Film blog, which Shutter Brother Kevin has really been enjoying lately. Jerome began a film photography journey as a way to make better photographs of his garden, and he uses his blog to share what he learned along the way and the stories his garden and his photographs have shared with him. You will not…
 
Commercial and lifestyle director, DP, photographer, and fellow Colorado based creative Adam Bove joins the show to talk about how a kid growing up in Cincinnati with an early love of climbing and dreams of road trips out west, ended up suffering through several day jobs before finally taking the steps it took to go out and chase his dreams of crea…
 
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…
 
Photographer, director, and passionate conservationists and storyteller Andy Mann returns to the show after his first appearance 6 years ago on Episode #2 of the podcast. During our conversation we catch up on some of the amazing work he's been a part of and the relationship he has formed with Paul Nicklen and Christina Mittermeier with Sea Legacy …
 
Commercial photographer, director, and all around curator of cool Magdalena Wosinska returns to the podcast to talk about the latest collaborative film from Monster Children that features her, some of the amazing work she does, and the small 1930s adobe home she spent 4 years restoring in the desert and now calls a personal getaway and new location…
 
The Shutter Brothers are back, and they are talking cameras! The Bros discuss their recent camera swap (the are both happy) and the current state of the camera market. And maybe, just maybe, you might just be able to visit the Uncle Jonesy's Camera Store soon (online, of course). Next, Kelley reviews his latest acquisition, the Nikkormat EL, a "bud…
 
Photographer, Director, and DP Gabriel L'Heureux joins the podcast to talk about how he went from a kid growing up in DC making skateboard videos with his friends, to getting his foot in the door of the ski and snowboard industry as a filmmaker with companies like Matchstick Productions and Mack Dawg, to finally getting the opportunity to work with…
 
Celebrity and lifestyle photographer Jeff Lipsky joins the podcast to talk about how he went from working as a fly fishing guide in Telluride, CO and trying to see how many days a year he could snowboard, to shooting some of the most well known celebrities in the world and working on ad campaigns for companies like Verizon, Eddie Bauer, Warner Brot…
 
Photographer, filmmaker, writer, and well known YouTube personality Sean Tucker joins the show to have a beautiful conversation about his journey from a young boy looking for acceptance and love, to becoming an ordained minister in the Anglican Church, to being fired for some of his own questions and doubts over his mission, to finally chasing a pa…
 
Show #29 is online, and the Shutter Brother are having a camera swap. Kevin is trading his Nikon FE for Kelley's Minolta X-570, and it's all good. Kevin also talks about photos that capture time and place, as well as a new (to him) film, Kodak Pro Image 100. Finally, Kevin reviews an outstanding book, The Anonymous Project's Midcentury Memories. Ha…
 
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