We're handing over this week's interviews to focus on some of the folk behind Snapshot Galleria, a quarterly film photography 'zine from a collective of L.A. based photographers.
I've managed to drag today's interviewee away from his workshop for a few minutes on the promise that he's returned as soon as possible.
Seriously, what is it about Large Format photography that makes me want to literally dive in to an image?
Director and travel junkie Shikha Makan is today's interviewee and what an interesting character she is. After Kodak closed its doors in India, a friend handed her hundreds (yes, hundreds), of rolls of expired Kodak Ektachrome.
We're incredibly pleased to have gotten some time to talk with Andrea Taurisano about his reasons for shooting film and the evolution his photography has undergone in the 30 or so years that's he's been latched to his various film
Considered, methodological, quiet, contemplative. Today's film photographer isn't someone you'll likely see running after the next shot.
Today we're sitting down with Mike Fraser, Toronto-based photographer, cancer researcher and all round globe-trotting nice guy. Mike works in film of all formats, as well as the occasional foray into digital.
Some of us take up a photographic study of a particular form of photography; perhaps focusing on macro images, animals, insects, portraiture.
Here we are again for a sit-down with another film photographer.
Some call him, Mr. Polypan...That's Polypan F, the black and white cinecopy film. Others simply call him by the slightly less catchy Michael Bitaxi.
Currently based in one of my favorite parts of London (hint: US movie buffs might will recognise it as being near the main location of that Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts film), today's interviewee, Roy Clark is a professional writer
Today we're sitting down with Arizona based history buff and urban art aficionado, Andrew Hutchinson. Andrew is a man seemingly obsessed with rich, saturated color and light...beautiful light.
Today I'm sitting down with self-proclaimed Canadian Gentleman, Riley Joseph. Slightly more comfortable in his photographer's skin now that he's had the chance to "settle in" to carrying a camera after 17 long years of trying, I'm hoping to
Is it me, or are these weeks flying by?
Have you ever seen an image that stopped you dead in your tracks? It last happened to me about a year ago, maybe more, maybe less. I was browsing an online gallery of desktop wallpapers, looking for something a little
Photographers come from all backgrounds and walks of life. Contrary to (some people's) popular belief, not every young photographer jumps straight out of a related education program and straight into shooting for the NG.
One must keep on one's toes when talking with the Welsh.
"Shooting film and riding steel framed bikes; the life I wanted but never knew existed".
It's rumoured that today's interviewee spends so much time on the water because he was sent by an ancient subsea civilization to spy on us dry-landers using German glass and 6x7 format cameras.
Today I'm speaking with Chuck Baker, whom some of you will know as the mad genius brains behind the The Brownie Camera page.