Analogue Wonderland, film and King Kong

 Analogue Wonderland, film and King Kong

Analogue Wonderland

In the latest episode we have Paul McKay from Analogue Wonderland. They are a new and great place to buy many different brands of film (180 so far).

Paul tells us the background of the store, about some of the great brands they are working with. He describes some of the interesting characters who are hand making film too.

We discuss 35mm, medium format and large format, including some interesting kickstarter project like this – https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/416154634/cameradactyl-4×5-field-camera

 

Part 2

In this section Paul goes through the Phloggers “random questions” section too. You can find out why Analogue wonderland will be changing their insurance tomorrow (hint – King Kong).

Finally, we discuss the future of film.

 

INFO

*** There is a unique 10% discount code contained within this podcast too, but you will have to listen to it to find it ***

Shop – https://analoguewonderland.co.uk/
Facebook feed – https://www.facebook.com/Analogue-Wonderland-226432394584478/

 


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