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We are cinematographers and photographers who are passionate about creating something of lasting value. Sometimes we use the latest digital gear, and sometimes the oldest film equipment. Let's spend some time getting to know a range of equipment new and old, techniques that are endlessly useful for digital and film photography, and hear our stories of success, failure, and what we did along the way! #film #photography #35mm #Mediumformat #kodak #analog #culture #staybrokeshootfilm #visualarts
 
Our hosts are Kent Smith (award-winning director, writer, producer, photographer), who has worked on such tv shows and feature films as Homeland, Mr. Mercedes, Outcast, Tusk, and Max bring his technical skills to the table. Laura Truman comes to the table with her fantastic laugh on life and incredible film knowledge (Film Critic and old school film collector). Patrick G. Keenan (award-winning actor), who you might have seen in Blind Side, Homeland, Tropical Cop Tales, and Mike, is no strang ...
 
Veröffentlicht: Apr 17, 2020 Laufzeit: 94 Protokoll Genre: Komödie, Drama Sterne: David Kross, Frederick Lau, Janina Uhse, Anne Schäfer, Sophia Thomalla, Peri Baumeister Crew: Christian Rohde (Co-Executive Producer), Oliver Lüer (Unit Production Manager), Cüneyt Kaya (Screenplay), Cüneyt Kaya (Director), Sebastian Bäumler (Director of Photography), Christopher Bremus (Original Music Composer)
 
Veröffentlicht: Jan 08, 2020 Laufzeit: 95 Protokoll Genre: Horror, Science Fiction, Action, Thriller Sterne: Kristen Stewart, Vincent Cassel, Mamoudou Athie, T. J. Miller, John Gallagher Jr., Jessica Henwick Crew: William Hoy (Editor), Brian Berdan (Editor), Marco Beltrami (Original Music Composer), Bojan Bazelli (Director of Photography), Naaman Marshall (Production Design), Jenno Topping (Producer)
 
This is the radio documentary anthology series about filmmaking, cinema, and the creative arts. Every week we bring you personal, passionate, and sometimes provocative stories from filmmakers and artists all over the globe; stories that will help you mature as an artist and find more fulfillment in your craft and career. NoFilmSchool called this "The filmmaking podcast we've all been waiting for." // Filmmaking is the ONE art form into which all other art forms are absorbed. Photography. Gra ...
 
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Michael Raso and John Fedele discuss scanning your film with the Negative Supply new Basic 35mm DSLR Film Scanner, new documentary I Found Your Film, Book of the Month, Camera Review and more. Show Notes: https://filmphotographyproject.com/podcast/2021/05/film-photography-podcast-272/ Check out the Negative Supply DSLR 35mm Film Scanner - https://f…
 
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…
 
A listener interaction episode! Roxanna Angles (IG roxannalog IG golannaxor) appears on the "All Through A Lens" Podcast (IG allthroughalens.podcast) episode #39, Bob Matter (IG bobmatter) sends a message about a Vivian Maier: In Color exhibit at the Chicago History Museum that opened on May 8th, Mike Caputo's (IG aloha_bigmike) zine "America: Fift…
 
Thank you for listening to this week's episode! In this episode where we go over our new short film being produced this summer as well as our intent for this year's 48-hour film project. Have questions, comments, or suggestions? Email us at podcast@KVCinema.com Want to sign up for our newsletter? Here's a link directly to our signup form! Email Sig…
 
Steven’s Wallace is a Banff and destination wedding photographer with a passion for film photography. Today we talk about Steven’s love of film, why the film vs digital debate is garbage, and great tips for new photographer looking to get started in film photography. In This Episode You'll Learn: How Steven got into photography What Steven struggle…
 
Quincy Worthington is a Munster Indiana-based photographer who has become a staple in the Beginner Photography Podcast community for his quick wit and helpful advice. Still new on his own photography journey Quincy share how hes able to learn and adjust quickly to take better photos. Resources: Quincy’s Website Find Quincy on Instagram Join The Beg…
 
Angie Rose and Gina Brocker are Boston Massachusetts-based Wedding Photographers with an eye for the moment. Having shot hundreds of weddings they know first hand what it takes to capture beautiful moments and how to create a space for moments to happen in front of the camera. In today’s interview they share just how they are able to reveal the nar…
 
Charlie is a shy teenager without friends that has just joined the high-school. He misses his best friend, who had committed suicide, and he writes letters to an imaginary friend telling his feelings. Further, Charlie has a mental illness problem in his past. Soon Charlie befriends the veterans Patrick, who is gay, and his stepsister Sam and they b…
 
A round table episode with Matt Murray (IG mattlovescameras, www.mattlovescameras.com) from the "Matt Loves Cameras" Podcast and Mike Caputo (IG & Flickr aloha_bigmike)! We talk about Matt's upcoming zines and his Lomo Purple contest and Mike Caputo's America 50 states zine, Old Spice menthol shower gel, and the Gutterman receives a package of Iris…
 
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…
 
Dina Goldstein began her career 30 years ago as a photojournalist, evolving from a documentary and editorial photographer into an independent artist focusing on large-scale productions of narrative photography tableaux. Goldstein’s work has been the subject of academic essays and dissertations and has been covered extensively in media around the gl…
 
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…
 
This week I talk about how having a beginner’s mindset will set you up best for success and continued growth in your photography journey. I break down 4 tips that will help you stay as much of a beginner as long as possible. Tip 1: Do the Opposite Go against what you’ve been told to try something new. Use a wide angle lens and get close to your sub…
 
Thank you for listening to this week's episode! In this episode, we go over many topics, but the biggest is the Identity crisis of the podcast itself! We have strayed away from our original vision and will be making a few changes, including the name, over the next episodes. Have questions, comments, or suggestions? Email us at podcast@KVCinema.com …
 
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 …
 
This week Mike is joined by his wife, Mrs. Manette Gutterman (IG justmanette) to pick the winners of the Neg Pos Analog Kissy Selfie contest, we read emails from Kevin Dillon (IG ricoh_shooter) about LED light bulb replacements for portable slide viewers and Daniel Novak (IG danielnovakphoto, Flickr @masinka, https://danielnovakphoto.com ) with tip…
 
Thank you for listening to this week's episode! In this episode, we go over how we use the rule of thirds and when we choose to break the rule. Have questions, comments, or suggestions? Email us at podcast@KVCinema.com Want to sign up for our newsletter? Here's a link directly to our signup form! Email Sign Up Form Here is the link to Kamrin's pers…
 
This week we welcome Gabe Sachs (IG gabesachs) and Jeff Greenstein (IG sjeffgreenstein, twitter @blue439) from the "I Dream Of Cameras" Podcast (IG idreamofcameras) available on the Sunny 16 Presents podcast feed! We discuss how photography influences their TV and movie production writing, laugh tracks, one camera and lens for the rest of your life…
 
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…
 
Miquel Quiles is a portrait and beauty photographer, educator, and Sony Artisan. Miquel has a unique style of both photography and education. Miquel can break down complex photography topics into easy-to-understand bite-sized chunks that anyone can learn from. Today Miguel and I talk about the struggles of being a photographer and how to slow down …
 
Thank you for listening to this week's episode! In this episode, we go over how we used a fundamental lighting setup to overcome an exposure issue on location. Have questions, comments, or suggestions? Email us at podcast@KVCinema.com Want to sign up for our newsletter? Here's a link directly to our signup form! Email Sign Up Form Here is the link …
 
Jim Sinicki is a Milwaukee WI based family and senior portrait photographer. After more than 2 years in the Beginner Photography Podcast Community, Jim has carved out his own space for sharing and helping others. In this interview, Jim and I talk about how he got stared, why he loves photography so much, and how his work has changed in a short amou…
 
For many, film photography can be more than just an activity -- it can be a refreshing source of energy and joy, especially in the times when you need it the most. Meet Lex Nikol -- a Seattle based photographer, director, stylist, musician (and more) who cooks up some of my favorite editorial portraiture. Listen to us chat about: getting through to…
 
Almost Famous is a 2000 American comedy-drama film written and directed by Cameron Crowe and starring Billy Crudup, Frances McDormand, Kate Hudson, and Patrick Fugit. It tells the story of a teenage journalist writing for Rolling Stone in the early 1970s, his touring with the fictitious rock band Stillwater, and his efforts to get his first cover s…
 
We all coped with the early days of the pandemic differently. Wesley's approach was pretty damn interesting ... 307 hours of walking, 1.6 million steps, and 34,194 images later, he has a full fledged photography book out now (pre-order link here). Book aside, listen to us chat about: our love for classic hip hop culture living in the present how he…
 
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 …
 
Phillip and Eileen Blume have spoken on the photography world’s biggest stages about helping photographers earn a living with their camera. After a rocky start in photography that almost bankrupted them, they discovered how powerful the mini session could be when just starting out and even in an established photography business. Today Phillip share…
 
In this episode, we break down some of the insecurities we have going into a shoot, client relations, and the financial realities of running a business. Have questions, comments, or suggestions? Email us at podcast@KVCinema.com Want to sign up for our newsletter? Here's a link directly to our signup form! Email Sign Up Form Here is the link to Kamr…
 
Scott Strazzate is a Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist with more than 30 years of experience shooting for publications like the Chicago Tribune and the San Francisco Chronicle. Scotts Book “Common Ground” is a 2 decades-long exploration of a piece of land that transitioned from Homestead Farm to Sprawling Suburbs. Today we talk about the long-…
 
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…
 
A Mike solo show with congrats to The Classic Camera Revival Podcast (IG classiccamerarevival) for their recently released 100th episode, also another film photography podcast to check out called "Mack & Jack A Photography Podcast" put on by Mac MacDonald (IG macshootsfilm) and Jack Allan (IG jack.w.allan), and an update on the NPP Analog Kissy Sel…
 
Thank you for tuning into this week's podcast update. We are sorry we could not bring a full episode, but be sure to tune in next Friday as we get back to our normal schedule. Want to sign up for our newsletter? Here's a link directly to our signup form! Email Sign Up Form Have questions, comments, or suggestions? Email us at podcast@KVCinema.com H…
 
Welcome to our new podcast! This is a branch from our original podcast: The KV Cinema podcast; the main difference being we aren't holding back here! This is unscripted, unoutlined, and just us discussing things we find interesting! If you would like to hear us in a more formal setting, make sure to search The KV Cinema Podcast on your platform of …
 
Karin Majoka is a great photographer and fellow YouTuber who entertains her audience with her day to day photography in Germany. During our fun chat we somehow managed to cover various aspects of film photography including: painting vs photography what is creativity? GAS is ok, sometimes ... the psychology of photography stop hating on Leicas You c…
 
This week we have on Michael DellaCroce (IG cameracenterofyork, IG retro_photo_york, www.cameracenterofyork.com) who brings us knowledge of camera sales and repair from working with Camera Center of York and Retro Photo of York. We discuss how he got into photography and camera sales and repair, the Rollei 35RF, he generously gives away 3 awesome p…
 
In this episode of the podcast I break down the top 3 ways you can get to know your camera better to be best prepared for them the moment arises. In This Episode You'll Learn: Read the Manual - Learn things you never knew your camera was capable of! Spend a few hours with the camera shooting - Get to know the tool you use to capture the world and b…
 
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…
 
In this episode of the KV Cinema podcast, we have a special guest, Christian Decuire, to go over how to stay motivated while creating content and when you have too much work on your plate. Contact Chrisitan at: Christian.Decuire@gmail.com For more information on what we do visit: www.KVCinema.com저자 KV Cinema
 
It's so much fun talking to other lovers of film photography. This time I chop it up with Nadja Amahn, a portrait photographer based in Los Angeles, who is also the curation of 'Black with Film'. Our spans a few topics including: her first film camera ... when she was 6 how VSCO inspired a generation young vs old the responsibility of curation Blac…
 
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…
 
Vanessa Joy is an award-winning wedding photographer with more than 20 years in business. In 2020 she was named one of Canons Explorers of Light. An exclusive position reserved for photographers who have dedicated their lives to the craft. Today she talks about how she almost chose a different career path and what it was that brought her back to ph…
 
A listener interaction show with emails from Simon Arnold (IG dinndinn.photo, www.dinndinn.com) about NFT and from Paul Greif (IG beamsplitter)? about being a big wiener. Next, gifts from John-Michael Mendizza (IG jmmendizza, www.jmm-photos.com) and a zine from Regalado Santos called "Rust Buckets" (IG pretty_nifty, www.regaladosphotography.com, ht…
 
Eung Ju Kim (Sean) has become a staple in the Beginner Photography Podcast community since buying his camera in early 2018. Since then he has been sharing his work and it continues to develop and advance. His landscapes and beach scenes are simple and relaxing. Today we talk about what photography means to him and his plans to progress is photograp…
 
This week Mike and Jessica Jones have a fill-in co-captain with Jess Hobbs (IG jesshobbsphoto, YouTube Jess Hobbs) to fill in for a missing Andre Domingues to help us welcome on Ken Bertram (IG kenbertramphoto)! Hear Ken's film backstory on episode 333 with his interview by Roxanna Angles (IG roxannalog, IG golannaxor). We discuss our weeks with Je…
 
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…
 
James Patrick is a Phoenix AZ-based commercial and fitness photographer. He has shot more than 500 magazine covers and today we break down what makes a cover photo unique and how to capture the concept. Episode Timeline: James narrates how he began his photography career. What was the main source of your photography education? How do you handle the…
 
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