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In episode 46 I interview a man that goes by many names... Jake Threepwood, The Instant Camera Guy, and even... the Polaroid Whisperer! I am of course talking about Jake Bright, a very talented Polaroid SX-70 repairer based in Melbourne, Australia. We talk about pack film camera modifications, how Jake pivoted his business when pack film was discon…
 
Jeff Greenstein and Gabe Sachs from film photography podcast "I Dream Of Cameras" Jump the Shark and appear on Matt Loves Cameras! Over 10 rounds we dream of cameras we've never owned in 10 different categories: Point and shoot SLR TLR Rangefinder Toy camera Half frame Obscure format Instant camera Specialty (pinhole / pano / stereo) Wild card came…
 
Get your thinking caps on film photographers, it's quiz time! I've assembled 50 questions over ten rounds covering the following topics: Round 1: Locations of famous photos Round 2: Masters of photography Round 3: Camera brands Round 4: Film emulsions Round 5: Random film photography questions Round 6: Film development Round 7: Cameras in popular c…
 
In episode 43 of Matt Loves Cameras you will hear my longest non-film introduction to a podcast ever! Hear about the addiction that has been limiting my productivity in the summer months, how Generation X is the best generation, and all about the cool digital tech we had in the early 80s! I then launch in to my 10 film photography goals for Autumn …
 
💜 LomoChrome Purple is a film that I have fallen in love with over the last year 💜 If you’ve never tried it, I hope that this podcast and the sample images will inspire you to pick up a roll or five. In this review I give a brief historical overview of LomoChrome Purple and the film that inspired it, details on the colour shifts you can expect, the…
 
I'm back! In the first episode for 2021 I will be sharing eight reflections on shooting film in 2020 and eight things I'm looking forward to in 2021. Also keep listening for details of the next competition and collaborative zine opportunity! Buy Matt a coffee! Support the show by donating to my Ko-Fi page! https://ko-fi.com/mattlovescameras Don't f…
 
A few years ago on holidays I read a little gem of a book by advertising legend Paul Arden “It’s not how good you are, it’s how good you want to be.” Arden was a creative director at London advertising agency Saatchi and Saatchi, and was responsible for some of the most famous British advertising campaigns of all time. I read this little book about…
 
A very Sprocktastic episode... the judging of Sprocktastic 2020 with the delightful Roxanna Angles @roxannalog Play along at home: the entries are published at mattlovescameras.com Matt Loves Cameras Ko-FI page Support the show by donating to my Ko-Fi page! https://ko-fi.com/mattlovescameras Don't forget to subscribe and leave a review on Apple Pod…
 
2010 was not a great year for film photography, but among all the doom and gloom, one shining light stood proud like a lighthouse on the horizon: Lomography Society International. When so many other camera manufacturers were discontinuing products or leaving the industry altogether, Lomography launched a brand new camera: the Sprocket Rocket! I've …
 
In episode 37 of Matt Loves Cameras I visit Alasdair D's darkroom for a crash course in darkroom printing! I also have a ton of thank you messages and also a couple of reminders about upcoming competitions! Check out Alasdair's website https://aspirationalphotos.com/ and his Ko-Fi page https://ko-fi.com/aspirationalphotos Matt Loves Cameras Ko-FI p…
 
Join me as I drive through Southern Queensland with two Polaroid cameras, a Pentax 645nii, a Fujifilm Klasse S, a Blackbird Fly, and a MJU II! My Ko-FI page Support the show by donating to my Ko-Fi page and you will get access to: * a 40 minute video showing the process of laying out a zine in Adobe InDesign* a PDF version of my film photography zi…
 
The Robot3 Action Camera is a cheap 35mm plastic toy camera produced circa 2007-2008. It was sold by Vastfame Camera, a Hong Kong export company that had ties to a factory in mainland China. The camera has a cute robot face on the front of the camera around the three lenses. At some stage, it was nicknamed the Disderi Robot... but who exactly was D…
 
An episode chock full of listener letters along with correspondence from not one, not two, but THREE film photography podcasters! Plus, details on the proposed Matt Loves Panos 2020 zine a few more details on the new sprockets challenge! My Ko-FI page Support the show by donating to my Ko-Fi page and you will receive a PDF version of my film photog…
 
The wait is over! Matthew Joseph and I judge the Matt Loves Panos 2020 plastic pano camera challenge competition entries! Thanks so much to everyone who entered, Matthew Joseph, and our celebrity film photography podcast judges! My Ko-FI page Support the show by donating to my Ko-Fi page and you will receive a PDF version of my film photography zin…
 
In episode 32 of Matt Loves Cameras I discuss the creative challenge of making a zine. I talk you through all the choices and decisions I made with my first film photography zine Every Summer. Hear about my tips as well as some pitfalls I made. Here's a list of topics I discuss: What's a zine? Reasons why you should make a film photography zine Pro…
 
I never wanted to go to the Isle of Wight. I didn't have anything against the place per se, but we didn't have the time nor money to do the trip I had planned, so this is where we ended up for a family holiday last September during our last week overseas. In the end, I didn't mind going. Let's face it, it was the Isle of Wight or another week in Wo…
 
The 1994 Canon Prima AS-1 (Sure Shot A1) is an excellent point and shoot camera featuring a sharp 32mm f3.5 Canon lens. It's fun to use, produces great images, and best of all, you can use it in the rain, in the ocean, in the pool, anywhere! Also in this episode there's an update on my 2020 goals and the plastic focus-free pano camera challenge! Do…
 
PODCAST REBOOT Matt Loves View-Masters: I'm giving up photography and film cameras, instead I will be podcasting about View-Masters instead! Please stay with me for this amazing journey! Music used in the show: Casi - thEnd [Free Download] by Casi is licensed under a Creative Commons License. Available at https://soundcloud.com/casisnmz/thend…
 
Well my friends, we are certainly living in interesting times. If you've found yourself at home, unable to venture out to take photos, fear not, there are still a ton of photography projects you can crack on with. Keep listening for details. Also keep listening for an update on the Matt Loves Cameras plastic pano challenge! Don't forget to subscrib…
 
I almost dropped an Xpan. No, that's not a joke, it's the truth. In July 2019, podcaster, photographer, and Sunny 16 helper Matthew Joseph flew up to Brisbane for a few days and we met up for a photo walk. Matthew gave his Xpan to shoot with when the incident occurred. Was it my clumsiness that almost saw a legendary camera smash to the floor of th…
 
The Big Mini is a compact 35mm point and shoot camera launched in 1990 by Japan’s oldest camera company, Konica. Over the last 30 years, it’s become a cult classic point and shoot camera, thanks to its sharp 35mm f3.5 lens. Although its reputation has grown since then, time has not been kind to the Big Mini. Perhaps more than any other compact came…
 
Happy New Year! I don't believe in New Year's resolutions, I do believe in writing down goals I want to achieve in 90 day sprints. In this episode, find out what my goals are and how I keep track of them. Huge thanks to Mr Matthew Joseph for sending me his 2019 photography book too! Don't forget to subscribe and leave a review on Apple Podcasts! Ma…
 
Was I naughty or nice in 2019? I must've been nice judging by the present my Emulsive Secret Santa 2019 sent me! Thanks so much to Brooklyn Parsons of Michigan for the amazing gift! Also in this episode, I discuss other film photography related presents I got this year, and there are a whopping 5 listener letters / audio files to listen to! Don't f…
 
In episode 23 of Matt Loves Cameras I discuss ten things that I learnt about film photography - and my relationship with film - in 2019. I also name the winner of my bumper film giveaway! Don't forget to subscribe and leave a review on Apple Podcasts! Matt Loves Cameras: film camera reviews, instant camera reviews, everything analogue photography r…
 
In late August 2019, I met a giant of film photography podcasting. I say giant, because not only is he an integral part of one of the world's favourite analogue photography podcasts, but also because he's actually very tall. I am of course talking about when I drove down from Shropshire to meet Graeme from the Sunny 16 podcast in rural Oxfordshire.…
 
Shropshire, how wonderful! This instalment of my travel with film podcast series details highlights from two weeks spent in the beautiful West Midlands of England. I acquired another 12 (yes 12!) cameras during this time. This episode also features call ins from Dustin Cogsdell of the Grainy Dayz podcast and our man in Thailand Matt Jones. Make sur…
 
Mountains, lakes, cheese and chocolate. Fondue, trains, croissants and Swiss Army pocket knives. In August we spent an amazing five days and four nights in Switzerland. But what's the relationship between Switzerland and cheap Instax Wide film? Don't forget to subscribe and leave a review on Apple Podcasts! Matt Loves Cameras: film camera reviews, …
 
Four days, three nights in steamy Hong Kong with a Mint InstantKon RF70 and a fistful of point and shoots. Markets, tram rides, protests, and too many rollercoasters... but how many cameras did I take on my overseas holiday? That is the big question. Don't forget to subscribe and leave a review on Apple Podcasts! Matt Loves Cameras: film camera rev…
 
Three months in... here's my review of the Mint InstantKon RF70! The first fully manual Instax Wide camera, straight outta Hong Kong! I have used this camera mainly for travel and landscape photography. It's good... but is it $1000 USD good? Keep listening and find out! Don't forget to subscribe and leave a review on Apple Podcasts! Matt Loves Came…
 
Recorded on location in the UK! In this episode I review the excellent Analog Photography book by Andrew Bellamy. I also read out letters from listeners touching on subjects such as scanning sprockets, which glass to use in scanners, Polaroid marketing and I finish off by discussing the 127 day online exhibition! Don't forget to subscribe and leave…
 
If you like cameras as much as i like cameras, you've probably bought one off eBay before. It is without doubt, the easiest way to find that camera you've had your heart set on. But if you're just getting into film photography, or if you don't have much experience buying film cameras online, there can be a lot of pitfalls. In this episode, I list m…
 
There are millions and millions of 127 cameras out there in the wild, and you can still get fresh 127 film! In this episode I feature one of Kodak's best selling Star series of cameras - the Kodak Brownie Starlet. Find out how I got on with this 60 year old plastic camera. Don't forget to subscribe and leave a review on iTunes! Matt Loves Cameras: …
 
In this episode I shoot images with one of the best selling cameras of all time: the Kodak Instamatic! I talk about the history of the 126 format introduced by Kodak, talking about the advantages of the format, the type of cameras made for 126, and the two cartridges of expired 126 film I shot and the images they produced. I also give some shoutout…
 
In this episode I review another pre-exposed film: Psychedelic Blues #2. Check out the photos on the show's website or Instagram that I took with this fun, colourful film. I also read some wonderful letters from listener Alan Daly - a former Polaroid sales rep from the UK! Make sure you check out Alan's photos on the show notes, published with his …
 
In this twelfth episode of Matt Loves Cameras, I review a rolled gold classic: the Polaroid SX-70. Is this the most revolutionary, iconic camera of all time? This episode covers the background of Edwin Land, a brief history of Polaroid Corporation, the development of instant cameras and film throughout the 1940s, 50s, 60s and 70s, why this camera a…
 
In episode 11 of Matt Loves Cameras I discuss shooting three different film stocks on two point and shoots while on holiday in Indonesia. The big question... what will I take next time I travel overseas? I still haven't worked that out yet! I also talk about Rolf Dobelli's excellent book The art of the good life and an article I recently wrote for …
 
In episode 10 of Matt Loves Cameras I review one of the SMALLEST 35mm cameras ever made! It's not the Rollei 35, it's not the Olympus XA or the Olympus MJU II / Stylus Epic, it's not even a Minox, though it's very closely related to a Minox! Enter the Voigtlander Vito C! I love the images I've captured with this camera and will continue to use this…
 
In Episode 9 of Matt Loves Cameras I talk about packing digital, film and instant cameras for a 12 night trip to Indonesia! I discuss my experiences asking for hand inspections of fast 35mm film and shooting Polaroids on holidays. Look out for part 2 of this vacation special soon when I get my 35mm film developed from my Fujifilm Klasse S and Olymp…
 
Do you like shooting expired film? Do you have a big expired film stash? I would estimate about 25% of the film in my fridge is expired, including several packs of peel apart instant film FP100-C, lots of Instax Wide, some Impossible Project film and some old Kodak transparency film from the last 20-30 years. In this episode of Matt Loves Cameras I…
 
Have you ever used a pre-exposed film? Did you love it? Hate it? Or would you never even consider it? I've bought three rolls of pre-exposed film from three different brands. Here is the review of the Yodica Antares film, shot on an Olympus MJU II (Stylus Epic Infinity). Because if you're going to shoot a film that many photographers hate, why not …
 
An epic battle between two premium and compact all stars: the Fujifilm Klasse and the Fujifilm Klasse S! How much would you pay for a premium compact camera? $200? $500? $1000? Last year I bought not one, but two premium compact cameras, both made by the same manufacturer in the 21st century. I am of course talking about the Fujifilm Klasse and the…
 
It's been called the greatest instant camera ever made, the apex of the Polaroid folding line of cameras, and even the evil twin of the original SX-70 camera! I am of course talking about the magnificent Polaroid SLR 680 camera. For me, this is the camera that started off my Polaroid obsession a few years ago, find out in this episode why I love th…
 
You've heard of the Olympus XA and XA-2. You've heard of the Olympus MJU II or Stylus Epic. But have you heard of the 1994 Olympus LT-1? It was a premium, very stylish compact aimed at upmarket travellers. Kinda like a MJU I clad in leather! It's my new favourite pocket camera, find out why in episode 4! In the show's longest episode to date (how d…
 
Do you know the major difference between Polaroid and Instax images and how they develop? Find out in episode 3 of Matt Loves Cameras when I review the SQ6, the first fully analogue Instax Square camera from Fujifilm. I also give an overview of the history of integral film and offer my thoughts on how Fujifilm could take Instax to a whole new level…
 
Are you hunting for the perfect present for your film photography friends and family this holiday season? I've compiled a gift guide with twelve amazing items for Christmas 2018! Matt Loves Cameras: film camera reviews, instant camera reviews, everything analogue photography related. Music used in the show: Casi - thEnd [Free Download] by Casi is l…
 
Episode 1: Is the Pentax Auto 110 the best pocket camera ever? In the first episode I try out the smallest SLR and the interchangeable lens camera ever produced. Hear my amazing insights into using this tiny camera, and my even more amazing attempts at describing the photos! Also keep listening for mention of my faithful companion: the one, the onl…
 
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