Large format, cyanotype, photograms and film (Episode 15)

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Little vintage photography

 

Little Vintage Photography

For episode 15 we delve into the world of film again. Our special guest is Rachel Brewster from “The Sunny 16” podcast and owner of Little Vintage Photography.

She talks us through:
– how she set up the business
– some of the formats and cameras she uses
– scaling skyscrapers for a recent job
– slide films
– the darkroom
– cyanotypes and photograms
– large format
– pinhole work
– cool analogue photography Kickstarter projects
– why you should name your cameras
– and much more

We also discuss the merits of podcasting too, before we put Rachel through a few of the infamous “random questions”.

INFO

Check out her website – http://www.littlevintagephotography.co.uk/
Check out the podcast – https://radiopublic.com/sunny-16-podcast-Wk14JQ


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