The Hypersensitive Podcast Episode 02: I can do that at home

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We’ve reached the heady heights of our second official episode and this runaway holding tank* is showing no signs of stopping.

Hamish and I talk about the MAYA darkroom timer, the redevelopment of the analogue photography hardware industry, my recent podcast whoring, David Allen’s “Technical Field Guide for the Discerning Analog Photographer“, Hamish’s recent “which film camera should I buy” article and someone called Gary telling Hamish to go kill himself.


This episode sees the second appearance of our very special guest, Bellamy Hunt aka Japan Camera Hunter.

Please leave your suggestions for next month’s topics in the comment’s section below and in case you’ve forgotten, the key for assigning blame here is as follows:

  • If you enjoyed it, it’s because it was my idea.
  • If you hated it, it’s because Hamish roped me into doing it.

Here’s how you can listen:

Listen to the Hypersensitive Photographers Podcast on Apple Podcasts
Listen to the Hypersensitive Photographers Podcast on Soundcloud

Thanks for listening.

~ EM (and Hamish)

* Holding Tank


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