"Live" Interview with Film Photography Podcast
Part of the reason I haven't been as prolific with the blog lately is because I've been on the road for the past two weeks. I'll be home, up and running by next week. Until then, here's a short little spoiler of the awesome-ness that has been this trip.
Last Friday, I spent all day in NYC at the Jacob Javits Convention center at the 2010 Photo Plus Expo hosted by Photo District News. While there, I got to meet and talk with the hosts of my now favorite photography podcast, Michael Raso and Duane Polcou. For a little over a year now, both Duane and Mike have been hosting the Film Photography Podcast, a neat little internet radio program about all things analog photography.
Over the past couple of months, I've mentioned them here and there, but at this point and time, I'm hopelessly addicted to the podcast. It's funny, random, not too technical, and just plain enjoyable to listen to while in the car, processing film, or just sitting around trying to come up with a witty blog post. :p In July, a fan letter I wrote made it onto the show, and as of today I'm on the November 5th edition of the podcast. Be sure to check it out:
November 5th Film Photography Podcast (right click "Save As" to download)
You don't even have to listen that long to hear where I come in, I'm first up. ^__^ If you didn't have a chance to visit PDN, though, the podcast has plenty of coverage of the latest in greatest from PPE (well, as long as you don't care about digital :p).
Make sure to show FPP some love, they're great guys supporting an ever-growing community. Send 'em some film, old cameras, make a quick little Paypal donation, or even shoot an email, it'll definitely be appreciated.