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Ethan is away making magic in New York City so Nick and Graham go old school with a chatty old-timey podcast. They talk about what they've been doing since the last show, Graham's new Franken Holga 3D Stereo abomination to make pictures no one can figure out, the arrival of Nick's Lomograflok back for Instax Wide, Nick's appearance on Cameraocity (…
 
In Episode 75, we talk to David Hancock about his Kickstarter for a set of 4 different pinhole cameras, his YouTube channel, and why bamboo is a great building material. Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/davidmhancock/large-format-pinhole-cameras-to-build-at-home YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/hancockDavidM Fireseller66 (make…
 
Graham received a message on Etsy from ArlenB asking if it's possible to recreate the Holga with a few twists. "Out of curiosity, is there anything preventing you from making the plans to print a regular Holga 120GCFN, with an interchangeable lens, zone focusing, and no light leaks, or is that too difficult?" This episode is a discussion about a po…
 
See Douwe’s slides for this project on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/96630454@N06/ Build your own enlarger. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YfvTjQ9MCwY Mike Ware’s Cyanotype page: https://www.mikeware.co.uk/mikeware/New_Cyanotype_Process.html David Allan on IG https://www.instagram.com/dbloomsday/ Anna Atkin’s cyanotypes: https://www.nhm.ac…
 
We welcome in Jeremiah Jones, who you may know as @Sunny16_Photo on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/sunny16_photo/) to talk about some of his camera builds and other stuff. You can visit Jeremiah's work website (https://www.sewlabusa.com/). No Nick this week. Thanks to Robbie Cribbs of Soundtrap Studios (http://soundtrapstudios.com/Sound_trap_…
 
About 40 minutes in we experience some audio issues and the quality degrades and suddenly Graham is replaced with Wallace Shawn (thanks, Ethan). Sorry about that. There are quite a few swears in this episode. We welcome Erik Mathy (IG: erikhmathy) to talk about homemade lenses, how he got from the Land of Cheese to the Land of Fog, why you should m…
 
We welcome in Nicole Small (IG Nicole Small One on One https://www.instagram.com/nicolesmall_oneonone/) for a talk about her YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXbIGe6luBekTIvnKBhYIow) series on the Cyanotype process and all about the cameras she has built and will build in the near future.By Nick, Ethan and Graham
 
Ethan, Nick, and Graham get together to talk about stereo photography, the use of two lenses to create images that appear to be in 3D. Graham is enthusiastic. Nick is skeptical. Ethan is pedantic. Ian Fleming (https://www.instagram.com/ifleming/ or simply @ifleming) stops by in the latter part of the show to talk about his experiences with the subj…
 
This week we talk about making your own lenses, why Back Focal Length is meaningless to Ethan, and how to play around with loose achromat lens elements to make your own, homemade lens. The formula: Formula: F = (f1 x f2) / (f1 + f2 - d) BFL = (f2 x (d - f1)) / (d - (f1 + f2)) f1 is the front lens, f2 is the back lens, d is the distance between the …
 
In this episode the boys talk to Graham Burnett of Graflexparts.com. Graham is an excellent repairman and modifier of graflex cameras and other antique but still in use classics. Graham might just make the best replacement graflex shutter curtains out there, and we talk about it and look into some of his resto-mods. check out the homemade camera po…
 
This is an Audio episode that you can watch as a full video episode on youtube here: https://youtu.be/1Nvr_SrDPVw Freeman Lin of instagram @watchmemake fame talks to the guys about his camera mods turning 35mm SLR's into panoramic viewfinder cameras. You can find some of Freemans work at www.trastic.com.…
 
In this Episode of the Homemade Camera Podcast, the guys talk to Sam Trachsel of Ars-Imago about his homemade 16x20 camera that he has been using to shoot direct color positives. WATCH THE VIDEO ON YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XuVKpjJ1QSI&t=2055s The Homemade Camera Podcast: https://www.homemadecamera.com The Homemade Camera Podcast Fac…
 
In this episode the guys talk to John Aldred of DIYPhotography.net and youtube fame. John is one of those analog (and not so analog) industry figures that Ethan fealt like he should get to know, but he never expected the breadth and depth of Johns knowledge and stories about venomous snakes. (Hint: there's a great one after the end music). John wri…
 
In this episode Nick shows Graham and Ethan the camera he has built from a baby speed graphic. This is our first episode experimenting with recording video. The video is low quality webcam footage and screen shares, but we thought it might be a good starting point to show what we are talking to eachother about. If you are listening on a computer, w…
 
It's time for you to submit your camera builds for the Homemade Camera Zine 2020! We are looking for all types of builds, from Matchbox Pinholes to Ultra-Large-Format view cameras and everything in between. Send your entries to: HMCzine2020@gmail.com In the body of the email include the following: Pictures of the camera Pictures taken by the camera…
 
This episode features a conversation with Graham Hufton, otherwise known as Chicken Thumbs (https://www.instagram.com/chickenthumbs/) a Canadian living in Manhattan. We learn about his career in Industrial Design, including office furniture, museum exhibits, deodorant, and other things you will find in Target. We talk about “gendered” design and ho…
 
In this episode, Graham, Nick and Ethan catch up on some of their projects. They talk about the new Raspberry Pi Camera and digital camera possibilities; Nicks progress on his 8x10; his experience with the Universal Speed camera, and with the Kracken. The gang talks about the next issue of the Homemade Camera Zine, and ways to make photographic ima…
 
For this episode, we welcome Nicole Small to discuss her homemade cameras, her love of pinhole photography and how she found herself as a (self) portrait artist. You can find her work in these locations and follow along with the discussions: https://www.nicolesmall.com/tag/art/ https://www.instagram.com/nicolesmall_oneonone/?hl=en https://www.youtu…
 
We start off the show with a discussion on how to make an enlarger from photographic stuff most photographers have around the house. Then, there's a talk about a pinhole project Graham is putting together which Nick insists should be called the Kraken 612 Triclops Predator. We also talk about Nicole Small (https://www.instagram.com/nicolesmall_oneo…
 
We start out with a variation on the Desert Island Camera question, a Quarantine Island camera and morph that into talking about cameras we can build with junk you have hanging around the house. Hint: Kites, Rockets, Coconuts, Plasti-Dip and Hardie Board. Then, we use the Google Random Number Generator to give away several sets of Holga Masks and a…
 
This episode was recorded during the early stages of the worldwide Coronavirus scare in the Western Hemisphere and we start of with talking about a crowdsourcing project that Ethan is working on. Facebook group: Opensource Covid-19 medical supplies Multiple crowd-sourced projects: #projectopenair #coventchallenge Designing in OnShape (https://www.o…
 
This week the gang talks to Matt Bechberger, longtime listener and contributor of some excellent cameras to the first Homemade Camera Podcast Zine! Matt is launching a new kickstarter campaign for Reveni labs, making a shoe mounted light meter. Check out the project here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/mattbechberger/reveni-labs-light-meter-t…
 
In this episode the boys talk about their photographic mentors; how many shots in a roll are good, and if that matters; a chicken parade, whatever that is; future builds and what they've been up to this past week, including laser camera triggers; SWAT team device programming, making 3D printed pens, Drawing, and of course, camerabuilding. Also, on …
 
This week Nick and Ethan have the pleasure of talking to Sandeha Lynch. Master Camera Builder and sculptor, Sandeha has some excellent work on his website at http://www.sandehalynch.com/ and is a pretty big fixture on the facebook analog photo community groups. Check out his website, and follow along with the show! http://www.sandehalynch.com/ http…
 
We start our discussion with potential destinations for a dream photographic trip anywhere in the world. Dave and Simon, the DangerBoyz, made a documentary film about shooting a photograph in a huge disused World War II oil storage tank in Scotland. Not only did they shoot the image in the tank, but they also set up a darkroom and developed the fil…
 
We start off by talking about Ethan’s successful Kickstarter, the Brancopan. It’s been made real by you, the listeners along with others. This week our guest is Jeff Perry from 20th Century Camera (https://20thcenturycamera.com/) We learn about Jeff’s real age (he’s nine, folks) and how he got started in photography and then built an automatic Jell…
 
The guys start off talking about the process of designing any project and then launch into a discussion about the panoramic aspect ratio and the ways to shoot them. Ethan’s Brancopan (back it now on Kickstarter [https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/416154634/the-cameradactyl-brancopan]) and Graham’s 6Twelve are discussed. They further discuss busin…
 
In this Episode Graham and Ethan talk to a man who needs no introduction, Brendan Barry, superstar camera maker. Brendan makes cameras out of Fruit and vegetables, shipping containers, trailers (or caravans for those listeners in the UK), blocks of cheese, and even a skyscraper. He may make the worlds most whimsical cameras. He is an inspiration to…
 
In this episode we talk to Daniel Keating about topics wide ranging from homemade cameras and films to bartering with the soviets over photochemistry. Daniel is an amazing resource of photographic and photochemical knowledge, and he gives a freight train of an interview that we suppose only scratches the surface of what he knows and has to share. T…
 
This week we extend the afghan box camera and talk about developments towards that project. We talk about the RA-4 Color reversal process more in depth, and its potential inside an 'instant' camera. Ethan talks about involving Joe Van Cleave in the process. Ethan talks about trying a Kickstarter to sell the plans for his next camera to a group of p…
 
We're a little all over the place in this episode. We start off talking about the Sagrada Familia and the forms and techniques Ethan gives an update on the printed zine and then launches into a travelogue of his trip to Spain. Nico's Photo News: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkcuvqBAZPgTJ9evx9wkzvA Joaquin runs Opensx70.com Ethan talks about wha…
 
Apologies to anyone who expected this show to be released on the 21st of October, our usual release date (not that any of you actually notice we release on the 7th and 21st of each month); it was delayed due to Graham updating his computer to MacOS 10.15 and Audacity (audio editing) not updating their software to work with MacOS 10.15. He had to sc…
 
They start off talking about bokeh and bokeh balls and Downton Abbey. Ethan gives a short zine update and then Nick talks about Field of View vs. Perspective. Narrow terms for optics: Perspective: The geometry of point of view. Field of view: With a normal lens, we see about 42mm is the same as our eyes. Wide-angle lens distorts image: The distorti…
 
The discussion starts off with a question about the features you would want on a single camera you might have on the desert island with a camera-supplies mini-mart. This episode’s guest is Lucus Landers, a Brooklyn-based photographer and camera-maker. We learn about how gaffer’s tape bellows on a home-built 4X5 stem from growing up in the great sta…
 
ZINE UPDATE : The print version of the Homemade Camera Zine No. 1 is now available for preorder at https://www.cameradactyl.com/homemadecamerapodcast/homemade-camera-zine-no1 . Orders will end on Sept. 22nd, and Zines will ship by October 7th. There's a bit of trouble with Squarespace, where if you are in the US/Canada, order as normal, but for UK/…
 
This week Graham is out of town and Nick tells Ethan about his crazy ideas. They get about a third of the way through before Ethan figures out Nick is indeed NOT talking about crazy camera ideas, but in fact, very simple cameras, that allow him to make crazy pictures. Only Then do they get back to talking about Nick’s crazy camera ideas themselves.…
 
This week the gang talk about cameras that are their own dark rooms. They’re not quite instant cameras but they can produce a final positive image in about ten minutes. Some call them Afghan Street Cameras, Kamra E Faoree, Cuban Polaroids or any number of different names but they all amount to about the same thing: Pure fun for the homemakers of ca…
 
Ethan Moses of Cameradactyl and Butter Grips fame (http://www.cameradactyl.com) officially joins the team as our third wheel (3rd lens?). We get his history and interests and he entertains us with stories of crossing the country looking for Photographer's Jeans and buying them wherever he can. They also talk about camera sizes (turns out smaller is…
 
In this episode, Nick and Graham welcome back Ethan Moses from Cameradactyl to talk about his new camera, the Homunculus (don't worry, we talk about why it has that name). This camera actually got its start on a previous episode of the podcast where Nick pestered Ethan to develop a camera based on Mamiya Press lenses and a 2X3 Graflok back (same as…
 
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