About Me

All about Mat Marrash, film photographer from Columbus, Ohio.
 

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Mat Marrash is a man in love with film photography. In the spring of 2010, after two years of dragging through the mediocrity of the digital lifestyle, Mat picked up a Hasselblad 500C and never looked back! Mat likes playing with all sorts of cameras, all the way from his handy-dandy Olympus Trip 35 all the way up to his mammoth Eastman Commercial B 8x10 camera (see Barbershops). He experiments with whatever film he can get his hands on, and processes it all by hand in the darkroom. Mat even makes his own prints by hand, producing fine art silver gelatin prints from 8x10" to 40x50". Right now, he's even playing around with some of photography's oldest traditions, Alternative Process Printing; dating back to the 1850's, Mat's in the darkroom printing just like the pioneers of modern photography!

When not shooting, Mat's doing everything he can to promote film photography. You can hear Mat alongside two other great photographers Michael Raso and John Fedele on the bi-monthly internet radio program, The Film Photography Podcast. For the more visually inclined, be sure to check out FPP's great YouTube Videos!

Getting excited about film yet? Good! Now head on over to Mat's Blog, check out his latest work in the Gallery, and if you have any questions, feel free to hit him up with any questions.