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In this episode the boys are joined by friend, mentor and host of the (currently resting) Pixelated Photographer Podcast, Chris Gilloch! They discuss a newly announced Leica, pack films future, and Chris judges the Cheap shot Challenge and names a winner!
"Honey Bee" by Kevin Macleod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
Find Chris here: http://www.chrisgilloch.com/
Leica Sofort: https://us.leica-camera.com/Photography/Leica-Sofort
Pack film announcement: http://petapixel.com/2016/09/13/impossible-project-founder-new55-saving-peel-apart-film/
Flickr group: https://www.flickr.com/groups/sunny16podcast/
Machu Picchu by Jeremy Beachman, on Flickr
I've owned a F801 for a few years now. It's a fantastic camera, I can't believe how cheap they go for on eBay.
It's got tons of hot features, my favourite being the ability to take up to 8 exposures without advancing the film. It also has one of those little windows which shows you what film you have in it. A small feature but useful for those of us who own loads of film cameras and forget what film is in which camera.
More details here
And here are some holiday snaps from it:
Usually I put up a post asking people to add their favourite photo from the year, but this time I thought I would expand on that.
I'd like people to look at their whole year in Photography and write down how you think that it went. Good or bad, successes or failures. Things you tried, things you want to do more of etc.
Don't fall off your seats! Yes, this is a pixelated photographer podcast!
This month's episode Chris is joined by Adrian Stock (AKA @Ade).
We talk our love for Fujifilm cameras, what we've been shooting and spending a bit of time laughing about @moroseduck's colourful language usage.
As the title suggests, we also talk about the upcoming Oxford Photowalk too.
All this and more, it this month's podcast!
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