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If you like adventure, you'll like shooting expired film! This time around I speak with James Thorpe, a photographer who does amazing work with expired film. I highly recommend checking out his work on flickr at https://www.flickr.com/photos/suzannejames/sets/72157663869616313/ .
Here is one example of the kind of work he does
Photographic documentation of Urban Exploration of abandoned / derelict spaces and buildings can result in compelling and though provoking images. In this episode I speak with my friend and photographer Giovanni Geo Romolo about his years of expeprience working in this genre. Some samples of his work can be seen below. The Play button for the show is after the images
I recently had the pleasure ot talking with Canadian Photographer Avard Woolaver; We spoke about his "Toronto Days" project: images he created of Toronto in the 1980's when he as a student in the city.
You can see his Toronto Days project here. I a'd also recommend his Facebook page and his blog The Image Journey!
After a long absence, time to prove the show isn't dead! I talk about my break-up with 4x5/Large Format, and lenses I love shooting with my Voigtlander Bessa R2M
Example photo of taken with the 25mm Voigtlander Snap Skopar
All cameras reduce down to a Light light box, a lens (or a pinhole) and somewhere to put film or a sensor. Does that mean all cameras are the same? How does choice of camera affect the creation of photographs?
This week I am joined by my good friend Bill Smith, one of the cohosts of the Classic Camera Revival podcast and a great photographer!
I highly recommend checking out his photo blog: http://funwithcameras.blogspot.ca and his Instagram feed: https://www.instagram.com/wbsmith200/