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Full show notes and photos available at allthroughalens.com This episode is a mixed bag of goodness. We’ll be talking to Izzie Farr (@izzie_farr on IG), who authored an open letter to Kodak that recently got a bit of attention. Autumn is basically upon us, so we’ll talk a little bit about school pictures (while dredging up some questionable memorie…
 
On this episode of Dev Party we talk about our week and develop a couple of rolls of something or other. Vania developed some expired Vericolor III in C-41. Here are some of her shots: Meanwhile, Eric developed Fomapan 400 in Pyro PMK. Here are his shots: We also answer the question: is there a place where you took nothing but good pictures anywher…
 
This episode is basically all Lora Webb Nichols. We’ll tell you a bit about her life, a little about her photos, and we’ll talk to Nancy Anderson, the woman responsible for saving her collection. And speaking of saving collections, we’re covering how places like the Smithsonian preserve their photography archives, and how we can all do a little bet…
 
Full show notes and photos: www.allthroughalens.com One this, our first Dev Party of the season, we answer part of the question: what did we do on our summer vacation. In this case, we fired off model rockets with cameras attached to them. Specifically, we shot a pair of Estes Astrocam 110s in the Alvord Desert, Oregon. With each launch (when we re…
 
Full show notes on: allthroughalens.com Welcome to Season Three! On our first episode back, we tell you how we spent our summer vacations. Tiffen @tiffen.sinclair on IG) will drop by for a chat about her summer (and Back to the Future). And we’ll give you a quick history of rocket-cameras. Also, the answering machine and zine reviews! TIFFEN SINCLA…
 
Think of this Dev Party as the introduction to the Third Season of All Through a Lens. We discuss the future of our humble little podcast while developing photos we shot after returning from our respective breaks. Vania (@surfmartian on IG) developed Velvia 100F in C-41 because "I do what I want." It was a roll of 220 shot through her Pentax 645 in…
 
Full show notes and photos here: www.allthroughalens.com Somehow or another both Eric and Vania ended up developing slide film that expired when both of them were in high school. Eric shot AgfaChrome 1000RS and devved it in ECN-2, while Vania took on Kodak PMZ Kodak 1000 in C-41 Here are Vania’s, shot at 200ISO: And here are Eric’s shot at 50ISO: E…
 
Full show notes and photos here: www.allthroughalens.com While Eric develops some Shanghai GP3 100 in HC-110, Vania goes for some Ilford Delta 3200 - except she can't remember what she shot it in. Was it a Holga? Was it a Yashica? Why would it be either? How could she forget? Tune in and find out! END CREDITS www.allthroughalens.com Vania: IG, Flic…
 
Did you think that we wouldn’t try to figure out Arista Ortho Litho 3.0 yet again? You must not know us very well. While Eric tries to see if he can get it to develop properly in HC-110, Vania taunts him by developing Ultrafine Extreme 400 in Pyro PMK (Eric’s favorite film/dev combo). Here are Eric’s results – Arista Ortho Litho 3.0 in HC-110; 1+20…
 
On this summer episode of Dev Party, we talk about our favorite color emulsions for summer while we develop color film! Eric developed some old Kodak Internegative film in one of his ECN-2 kits, while Vania developed Kodak Portra in C-41. Here are Eric’s shots, including the triptych: And here are Vania’s: Also, calm down, Ektar, you’re so dramatic…
 
Full show notes at www.allthroughalens.com Welcome, won’t you, to the season finale of All Through a Lens. This is one hell of a show and we are, dare I say, stoked! We’ve got such an incredible guest in Eian Miller-Wilson – you might recognize his last name – Miller-Wilson – from Kate (@katemillerwilson on IG), his mother. Eian appears in a slew o…
 
For our 40th Dev Party, Vania and Eric shot b&w and color rolls through their new Holgas. Vania had never shot one before, and Eric hadn’t done it in years and years. Here are some of Vania’s shots: And here are some of Eric’s: END CREDITS www.allthroughalens.com Vania: IG, Flickr, ZinesEric: IG, Flickr, Zines, ECN-2 Kits…
 
Full show notes here: allthroughalens.com T-shirt Bundle pre-sale: https://www.etsy.com/listing/1031892211/all-through-a-lens-t-shirt-and-stuff-pre On this episode, we’re talking to Heartless Twyla (@heartlesstwyla on IG) about her new book that revisits a traumatic past; we’ll tell you all about Hansel Mieth, a photographer of the working poor who…
 
Full show notes at www.allthroughalens.com This episode of Dev Party features special guest Big Bertha – Vania’s Graflex Super D (and the four sheets she developed today). Meanwhile, Eric tries again to figure out Arista Ortho Litho. Here are Vania’s shots: Additionally, Vania paid homage to Leroy Grannis: Meanwhile, there are Eric’s four END CREDI…
 
Full show notes available at: allthroughalens.com On this episode, we’re talking with Vanessa Maestri of Armadillo Tintype. Vania and Eric also discuss storytelling through photography. Our own Tiffen Sinclair will drop by to lay it on us. We’ve got zine reviews, the answering machine, a couple of plugs and so much more. VANESSA MAESTRI – ARMADILLO…
 
Full show notes available: allthroughalens.com On this very special episode of Dev Party, Vania develops Fomapan 100 in Foma Retro Special. Meanwhile, Eric develops Foma Retropan in Retro Special… but in a diabolical twist, he also makes his own DIY Retro Special based on past mistakes and MSDS sheets. Why? Why not? Here are Vania’s results with Fo…
 
Full show notes here: [link]. On today’s show we’ll be talking about Frederick Douglass, the most photographed American of the 19th century, and how he used photography against slavery and racism. We’ll give a call to photographer Octavia Sharp, who has been photographing Mausoleums for decades. Tiffen Sinclair will drop by for some knowledge dropp…
 
Oh have we got a chaotic treat for you! We’re making black & white slides using regular black & white negative film! How? Why? We’ll tell you! Vania used Foma’s reversal kit, which you can pick up here for a pretty penny: https://www.freestylephoto.biz/70150-Foma-Black-and-White-Reversal-Processing-Kit-for-Fomapan-R100 And she got such images as th…
 
On today’s show we’re talking to Charlie from Themselves Press, we’ll be telling you all about the weird history of police mug shots, there’s a couple of book reviews and a bit of a listener memorial to Aloy Anderson. Full Show Notes & Photos here: https://allthroughalens.com/ CHARLIE CHUX CAMUGLIA: THEMSELVES PRESS Last episode we interviewed Deni…
 
On a very special edition of Dev Party, we are on location! We walk you through our steps of sensitizing watercolor paper with cyanotype emulsion. We then expose them in some very inconvenient ways. Eric does his on a hike, while Vania relaxes at home. And then comes the washing. Here are Eric’s hike photos: And here are some of his results: Vania …
 
We’ve got a case of the mean blues! – it’s Cyanotypes this episode! What are they, where’d they come from and how can You, the listener at home, do them? We also talk to Denise Grays (@deniseg316) about Kansas and her new zine, A Love Letter to Kansas. Tiffen Sinclair (@tiffen.sinclair) drops by with some news about disposable cameras. There’s also…
 
Let’s take a deep dive into Orthochromatic film! What is it? Why is it? Do you want to shoot it? Are you sure? And most importantly, how do you dev it? We really dig into the history of it and which bits of Roy G Biv it picks up. Also, how it compares to emulsions that came before it. Isn’t this exciting? Eric shot Ilford Ortho Plus, devving it in …
 
Tonight, on a very special All Through a Lens… we’re going to be talking about quite a bit more than just film photography. We’ll welcome Roxanna Angles and discuss Mindfulness through Photography. Both Vania and I will be digging into Impostor Syndrome and how to get out of that weird little spiral. There’s a bit on journaling, there’s the answeri…
 
This is a very Vania episode! She’s just returned from a surfing and shooting trip to Mexico and she tells us all about shooting with the Pentax 645N and its unwieldy waterhousing. Vania developed some old ass 220 FujiChrome (RAP), expired in the early 90s. Here are her photos: And Eric devved some Fuji NP-2 800, expired in 2003. He devved in his D…
 
On this episode we get to meet Tiffen Sinclare (@tiffen.sinclair on IG), host of the Fit with Film podcast, and our new on the spot correspondent! We’ll also be talking a whole hell of a lot about FSA photographer Marion Post Wolcott. There’s the answering machine, zine reviews, loads more fun… TIFFEN SINCLAIR We interviewed Tiffen and learned a wh…
 
On this episode, we’re taking it all back to the beginning and walking you through the very basics of black & white film developing. We also talk a bit about the science behind it. Dig it, won’t you? Here’s a list of the stuff we used with links to Freestyle Photo Rodinal: https://www.freestylephoto.biz/12054-Adox-Rodinal-Film-Developer-500-ml HC-1…
 
This is an action packed episode full of teenage street gangs and bank robbers! We’re going to introduce you a late 50s TV show all about a freelance photographer played by a youngish Charles Bronson. We’ll be talking to Jaya Bhat (@jayabhat on IG) about Polacon SF. We’ve got a book review, an zine review, some potentially good advice on slumping a…
 
Sure, we've talked about Eric's DIY ECN-2 kits before, but we'll walk you through it step-by-step to make sure you've got it down. We'll also talk about an alarming amount of non-ECN-2-related things. We get all chittery chattery on this episode. So you don't want to miss it! And if you want to pick up the ECN-2 kit, you can do so here: https://www…
 
On episode 36, we talk to Liz Potter (@lizpotterphotography on IG), whose zines basically put the rest of ours to sad, sad shame. We talk a bit about the Shirley Card and what it meant to not just color film, but to people of color. There’s also a zine review and the answering machine. Plus a new segment with a new host – Tiffen Sinclair (@tiffen.s…
 
While Vania developed some C-41, Eric took another crack at X-Ray film. This time he used a dark tent ("lovingly" dubbed "the tickle tent"). It's a weird tent with holes for your arms and room for four buckets of chemicals. Here are a couple of Vania's shots: And here are a few of Eric's: And here are some behind-the-scenes shots from Eric's set up…
 
On this episode we’ll be calling up Or Sachs (@or_sachs on IG) all the way the hell over there in Israel! We’ll also be wading through the slow murky depths of reciprocity failure - what is it, why should you care, and do we? Apart from that we’ve got the answering machine, a letter from someone who doesn't listen to our show, and a new zine! Or Sa…
 
Listen to us develop some fresh out of the can Soviet-era film! Meanwhile, Vania talks about her commercial shoot she did on film. Eric mostly asks questions and mixes up some chemicals. Here are some of Vania's shots... And here are some of Eric's: Vania: IG, Flickr, ZinesEric: IG, Flickr, Zines, ECN-2 KitsAll Through a Lens: IG, Website, Patreon…
 
On this episode we’re fluttering back to the 1860s to tell you all about Julia Margaret Cameron and her weird and ethereal photos . We’ll be talking to photographer and model Sarah Jean Achor (@sarahjeanachor on Insta). We’ve also got zine reviews and the answering machine. Sarah Jean Achor On this episode, we’ll be giving a call to Sarah Jean Acho…
 
Vania's daughter joins us for her second development ever - slide film processed in E-6 chemistry! Is this too much? Will her photos turn out? And most importantly, how pretty is the pre-wash? All this an more will be answered! Tune in! Here are some of her shots... Vania: IG, Flickr, ZinesEric: IG, Flickr, Zines, ECN-2 KitsAll Through a Lens: IG, …
 
On our first show of the year, we’ve got the second part of our feature on the Zone System (remember that?), we are interviewing Danielle Wrobleski aka @girlwithtoomanycameras, there’s the answering machine and we’ll finally talk about our winter projects! Danielle! You might know her as girlwithtoomanycameras on Instagram. You might also know her …
 
On this excited episode of Dev Party, Eric and Vania develop film that expired about 70 years ago! Eric tried his hand at some Ansco Superpan Press from 1953ish, while Vania devved some Ansco Supreme from 1950. Here are Eric's results: And here are a few of Vania's: We both developed in HC-110; 1+90; for 18mins. Vania: IG, Flickr, ZinesEric: IG, Fl…
 
Hey! We basically made it through 2020! And while the number of the year is essentially arbitrary and nothing will automatically change because we add a digit, we guess it’s something to celebrate, right? Soooo anyway, on this, our very last show the year, we’ll be hearing from guests of episodes’ past, reviewing zines we’ve received as presents, a…
 
It's about time we hit up a new (to us) developer! This time around it's Pyrocat-HD. This is a staining developer that was recommended to us. It's sort of like PMK Pyro, but not! The instructions are amorphous and vague. But did we get pics? Vania shot Ilford HP5+ at 200iso and devved at 1+1+100 for 9 minutes! Meanwhile, Eric devved Ilford FP4+ at …
 
On this week’s show we’re talking to the hardest working man in photography – Jamie Maldonado (@jamiemphoto on IG). Our feature this week is our first part of two about the Zone System – we’ll be doing our best to wade through that mess and tell you about how we’ve used it to take a few photos here and there. We’ve also got the answering machine an…
 
On this little ol' episode, we're developing some oldish film. It's not the most elderly emulsions we've devved, but hey... Vania devved two rolls of color using the C-41 process: Emulsion: Kodak PRN Pro100 from the late 90s. Emulsion: Kodak Gold 200 from the late 90s And here are a few photos Eric took: Camera: Mamiya RB67 Lens: Mamiya-Sekor 3.8/9…
 
On this week’s show we give a call to Megan Karson (@megankarson on IG), a tintype photographer. We’ll take another quick shot at the whole E-6 thing. We’ve got zine reviews and more fun. Plus we’ll tell you about Julia E. Tuell, a little-known photographer of Native Americans who was one of the few who were granted access to ceremonies typically b…
 
On this episode, Vania develops her first roll shot with the new waterhousing she had custom made for her Pentax 645N. Is she excited? What do you think? Here are some of her photos: She shot Ilford FP4+ and devved it in PMK Pyro; 1+2+100 for 10mins. Eric also developed some stuff. It just so happened to be some shots of Vania surfing! He shot HP5+…
 
Yo-ho! We’re on this week’s show, we’re talking to Pete Halvorsen (@petehalvorsen on IG) about his seaside photography. Following that, we’ll plumb the depths of underwater photography from the first photo to Jacques Cousteau. We’ll also discuss some of our recent film failures and why we don’t shoot digital – the reasons might not be what you thin…
 
On this episode, we continue our X-Ray fun by developing X-Ray film of our own! Here are some of our results: Camera: Graflex Crown Graphic (1954) Lens: Steinheil München Anastigmat Actinar 4.5; 135mm Film: Ultracruz Autoradiography Xray Film; 100iso Exposure: f/12.5; 1/200sec Process: HC-110; 1+100; 7min Lake Marie, Wyoming July 2020 Camera: Grafl…
 
On this week’s spookyish show… we’re talking about x-ray film and x-rays in general, really. What are they? How’d all that happen and what’s with x-ray film? We’ll talk about cameras stealing souls, and also talk to Montana photographer Leland Buck (@leland.buck on IG). After we field some messages concerning the emulsion our listeners would like t…
 
We’re talking about Kodak Ektachrome – the history of the film and the various processes used to develop it. We’ll also give you some advice on shooting and developing expired film. We’ve got the answering machine question, some more trivia, AND we’ll give a call to Janet (@janet_built_a_wet_plate on IG), the woman who built her own wetplate camera…
 
On this episode, we talk about the Kansas town of Bison! We visited it this past summer and fell in love, shooting a LOT of photos there. Upon our return, we researched a bit about the town’s history and decided that it would be fun if we both developed Bison rolls while talking about the town of Bison! Both of us shot Rollei Retro 400S and we both…
 
On this week’s show we are laser-focused upon photobooths! Where did they come from and where have they gone? And what were they doing along the way? We’ll also be talking to Breanna Conley Saxon (@saybrebooth on IG) about … photobooths! She’s got a few and we get to talk to her about them! There’s the answering machine and zine reviews too. (We’ve…
 
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