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Welcome to the 12th filmwasters video podcast. This is a ‘pinhole special’ episode featuring yet another review of an ILFORD camera, this time the Obscura Pinhole, and a variety of pinhole shots from the filmwasters crew. A big thanks to Paul Mitchell for reviewing the camera for us, and of course to ILFORD Photo for supplying the camera once a ...…
 
This special edition of the filmwasters video podcast features the new Harman Titan 8×10 pinhole camera. Leon got his hands on a pre-release camera to put through its paces and see what this over-sized beastie can do.By Filmwasters.com.
 
This 10th video podcast comes with a multitude of apologies to all those involved in the various recordings … most of which took part late in 2011/ early in 2012! This episode includes footage from the UK Filmwasters Large Format Meetup in Broadstairs, Focus on imaging 2012 and the Silverprint Christmas open day in December 2011. If we’ve learn ...…
 
Welcome to the ninth Filmwasters video podcast, although this time it’s not so much a full blown podcast, but more of a look back at the amazing images posted to the Filmwasters.com group on Flickr during 2012. Conceived and assembled by François Laverdure.By Filmwasters.com.
 
Welcome to the eighth Filmwasters video podcast. The wonderful people at the ILFORD Photo factory have kindly loaned us their HARMAN TiTAN pinhole camera to review. As soon as Leon saw the box, he knew he was in for some fun times! Also, Filmwasters-regular Francois Laverdure shows how to build a budget darkroom and Leon shows some of the trial ...…
 
Note: Interview with Steven starts at around 6 minutes 30 seconds. It’s been 11 long months since the last Filmwasters audio podcast, but we’re back with a bang as Leon interviews one of Ilford Photo’s head honchos, Steven Brierley, about the future of analogue photography. I’d write more, but if you’re an trad photo person then you already hav ...…
 
Our seventh video podcast features an extended report from a little insider event in London called, Photographica 2011. Loads of us went along and we had a fantastic time. Before that though the podcast covers Ed’s visit to the London Street Photography exhibition at the Museum of London, a nail-biting finish for the Filmwasters Pub Quiz team & ...…
 
Our sixth video podcast sees us giving in and upgrading to Vimeo+. Sweet! In this show we have Damion’s piece on Focus on Imaging 2011, Leon & Ed take a look at Ilford Harman’s Direct Positive Paper and – after a short commercial break courtesy of François Laverdure – we close out with a look at Sean Rohde’s excellent recent exhibtition, “Expir ...…
 
Our fifth video podcast features what we hope is a balanced look at some film from the Impossible Project. Some of us like it, some of us don’t and we present both sides in this show. There’s also a tips and tricks section and a lovely gallery of photos from Erin McGuire. Featuring Erin McGuire, Ed Wenn, Damion Rice & Leon Taylor. p.s. We have ...…
 
The fourth video podcast from the Filmwasters features a slump-busting trip to Northern France as our intrepid contributor overcomes her fear of photographing strangers in the street. There’s a tutorial on how to load two rolls of 120 film onto a single developer reel and we finish off with a look back at our trip earlier this year to London’s ...…
 
After an unscheduled delay brought on by a busy summer, we bring you part 2 of our conversation with Bath-based photographer, Phil Bebbington & Matt Wells from AG Photographic. Topics under discussion are Phil’s travels through Crete & the Southern USA, whether Kodak actually make anything anymore, how much Ilford spend each week on silver, Mat ...…
 
In what must qualify as our first ‘serious’ podcast, Ed is joined by Matt Wells from AG Photographic & Bath-based photographer, Phil Bebbington, for the first of 2 podcasts. This episode focuses almost entirely on Matt’s thoughts and experiences from working in the photo retail industry. He’s knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the future of f ...…
 
The third video podcast from the Filmwasters features a tutorial on how to rescue a serviceable negative from Fuji’s wonderful FP-100C instant film & a stylin’ rainy day project from François about pimping your camera strap. Featuring Ed Wenn, Damion Rice & François Laverdure. ::This download is provided in iPhone/iPod compatible M4V format. If ...…
 
Ed, Leon, Damion & Ailsa wrap up the Filmwasters’ return to podcasting after an absence of 8 months with part two of We’ve Been Bad, But We’re Back. This final instalment brings you a discussion of the recent Lillian Bassman exhibition in London, speculation that there may finally be a cool-looking digital camera on the market and the revelatio ...…
 
The second video podcast from the Filmwasters features two London exhibitions (Matt Stuart & Lillian Bassman), a peek into the mind of a Canadian inventor, a tutorial on how to backwards peel instant film to give cool borders & a look at the latest book from Fazal Sheikh. Ed’s exhibition buddies are Jay & Rich with assistance from Joe, Emma & N ...…
 
Ed, Leon & Damion are joined by Ailsa McWhinnie – photographer, freelance journalist, author, former editor of Black & White Photography magazine and mad Brighton & Hove Albion fan. There’s a lot of photo talk and one spectacular sneeze. Ed’s fave street photographer, Matt Stuart, gets another look in as does the Arena Group, Jobo & Fujifilm. I ...…
 
The inaugural video podcast from the Filmwasters.com team is a bit of a shambolic, light-hearted affair, but the 18 minutes goes by pretty quickly all the same. We take you round the Mass Photo Gathering protest in London’s Trafalgar Square (23rd Jan), then onto the excellent exhibition of 19th Century Photography at the British Library and fin ...…
 
Despite our best efforts to the contrary Episode 12 is an all English, all-male affair with Filmwasters hosts, Ed Wenn, Damion Rice & Leon Taylor taking one of their favourite documentary photographers, the much-travelled Colin Summers, through his podcasting paces. Also getting in on the act – albeit briefly – is Leon’s pet hound, Woody, who w ...…
 
This is the first in a new series of podcasts where Leon interviews photographers to discuss something new they’ve recently been trying out or have done. Leon’s style is analoguos to a kind of tortoise compared with Ed’s peppy hare-style (he’s bald … geddit?!?). Andrea Ingram: Nairn Stroll In this episode, Leon talks with Andrea Ingram about he ...…
 
Martin Parr, Tom Stoddart, Andrew Nadolski & Ken Keen were the heavyweight guest speakers at this year’s Arena Seminar. Our man, Leon, was there drinking it all in & Ed won’t let him get some sleep until he’s told us all about it. A slightly shorter-than-normal podcast this time round at 45 minutes and only two participants, but we’re hoping (d ...…
 
There was just time to squeeze in a final podcast before 2008 drew to a close. Ed was joined by founder Filmwaster and much decorated fine art photographer, Susan Burnstine from LA, commercial and fine art photographer (and toycamera god) Don Brice from Adelaide and debutante FW podcast panellist, Cameron Stephen, a health service professional, ...…
 
Episode 8 of the Filmwasters.com podcast sees the gang holed up at Leon’s house after a night out in Canterbury (sorry Skype, we didn’t need you this time), but the proximity of the others still didn’t help Ed’s “mad intro skillz” which were as poor as always. Also worth mentioning at the start that the bald fool left his phone on during record ...…
 
We’re back, and before the end of the summer too! Thrown together at the last minute after we’d missed a previous date, Gordon Stettinius, joins regulars Ed Wenn and Susan Burnstine in the virtual Filmwasters pub. Talk ranges from faux diary entries, found photos with a sting in the tail, how Gordon’s mum coped with his decapitation, whether Ed ...…
 
Last minute, locals-only podcast for April/May 2008. Jim Green and Leon Taylor both have genuinely exciting news concerning their photographic careers. Ed doesn’t have a photograhic career, but he has discovered the wonders of the Truprint postal dev ‘n’ print service. In addition to that there’s much discussion about what people really write i ...…
 
Cutting it very fine again for inclusion as a February episode. Damn the calendar and the shortened month…it took me by surprise. Episode 5 sees us back to full strength with regulars Ed, Susan, Damion, Leon and Ailsa joined by longtime friend of the extended family, Mr Gordon Stettinius, a man who always has a refreshing perspective on things. ...…
 
Phew! We just made it online before January finally ran out of days, but we’re still averaging one show per month. Renowned LA-based photographer, Aline Smithson, joined regulars Ed and Susan for the first podcast of 2008. Susan and Aline were fresh back from the excitement of Photo LA and Review LA, so there’s a lot of talk about that. The dis ...…
 
With Ed Wenn, Susan Burnstine, Damion Rice, Leon Taylor and Don Brice. We recorded this puppy according to the standard schedule (i.e. at the end of November), but then life conspired to prevent me from editing and uploading it until now. Aaargh! A million apologies to listeners and panellists alike for the inexcusable delay….I’m just glad I ma ...…
 
Welcome to the second episode of monthly netcasts from the Filmwasters. Joining all 5 founder-wasters: Ed Wenn, Susan Burnstine , Damion Rice, Skorj and Leon Taylor are Ailsa McWhinnie and Don Brice. Ailsa is a freelance photographer and writer who always has something interesting to say; we were happy to welcome her back for another appearence ...…
 
Welcome to the first – slightly self-conscious – episode in what we hope will be a long-running series of monthly netcasts/podcasts from the Filmwasters. Joining founder-wasters Ed Wenn, Susan Burnstine and Leon Taylor for Episode 1 is Ailsa McWhinnie. Ailsa was founding editor of the highly respected mass circulation magazine, Black & White Ph ...…
 
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