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An informal and slightly irreverent look at the world of creative, film-based photography brought to you by the creators of Filmwasters.com. Not all photographers are anoraks or obsessives.

Latest Episodes

Episode 17: Interview with Steve Brierley from Ilford Photo – August 2011

Note: Interview with Steven starts at around 6 minutes 30 seconds. It’s been 11 long months since the last Filmwasters audio podcast, but we’re back with a bang as Leon interviews one of Ilford Photo’s head honchos, Steven Brierley, about the future of analogue photography. I’d write more, but if you’re an trad photo person then you already have the best reason on the planet to go and give this a listen.

60 MIN2011 AUG 21
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Episode 17: Interview with Steve Brierley from Ilford Photo – August 2011

Episode 16: Terrorkitten Was Born – September 2010

After an unscheduled delay brought on by a busy summer, we bring you part 2 of our conversation with Bath-based photographer, Phil Bebbington & Matt Wells from AG Photographic. Topics under discussion are Phil’s travels through Crete & the Southern USA, whether Kodak actually make anything anymore, how much Ilford spend each week on silver, Matt’s debut “Mythbusters” rant and much more. Ed recommended the Film Photography Podcast Phil recommended A Road Trip Journal by Stephen Shore Matt recommended Adox PAN 400 film

44 MIN2010 SEP 4
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Episode 16: Terrorkitten Was Born – September 2010

Episode 15: Welcome Back to Film – July 2010

In what must qualify as our first ‘serious’ podcast, Ed is joined by Matt Wells from AG Photographic & Bath-based photographer, Phil Bebbington, for the first of 2 podcasts. This episode focuses almost entirely on Matt’s thoughts and experiences from working in the photo retail industry. He’s knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the future of film. Ed & Phil supply the background colour. The next episode will profile Phil and his work and continue the debate about the future of film.

42 MIN2010 JUL 21
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Episode 15: Welcome Back to Film – July 2010

Episode 14: We’ve Been Bad, But We’re Back, Part 2 – April 2010

Ed, Leon, Damion & Ailsawrap up the Filmwasters’ return to podcasting after an absence of 8 months with part two of We’ve Been Bad, But We’re Back. This final instalment brings you a discussion of the recent Lillian Bassman exhibition in London, speculation that there may finally be a cool-looking digital camera on the market and the revelation that some of Ailsa’s friends leave her voicemails after having sex. Because we were a bit light on content for this episode, we contactedThe Other Sideand asked Arthur Fellig (aka Weegee), Ed’s spiritual guide through the world of photography to chip in from time to time with some anecdotes from way back in the day. Go to Google to see more Lillian Bassman images online. ThatKevin Spacey TV ad campaign for the new digital Olympus Pen. The blog post on Boogie Woogie Flu from which we took the wonderful Weegee material.

26 MIN2010 APR 1
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Episode 14: We’ve Been Bad, But We’re Back, Part 2 – April 2010

Episode 13: We’ve Been Bad, But We’re Back – March 2010

Ed, Leon & Damion are joined by Ailsa McWhinnie – photographer, freelance journalist, author, former editor of Black & White Photography magazine and mad Brighton & Hove Albion fan. There’s a lot of photo talk and one spectacular sneeze. Ed’s fave street photographer, Matt Stuart, gets another look in as does the Arena Group, Jobo & Fujifilm. It’s been a long time since the last podcast. Apologies for that, but we’re doing our best to make up for the gap by producing two in as many weeks. The same cast will reconvene for a second episode in a week’s time. Faves/picks/recommendations this time round are as follows: Ailsa’s latest book, Travel Photography Masterclass: Joe Cornish, Charlie Waite, David Ward and Others is available for pre-order. Ailsa sung the praise of the book, On Being a Photographer: A Practical Guide by David Hurn & the late, great Bill Jay. Leon recommends the wonderful portraits that Vicky Slater produces (see examples above) & the street photography of N...

42 MIN2010 MAR 17
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Episode 13: We’ve Been Bad, But We’re Back – March 2010

Episode 12: Hardworking, Loving & Courageous – May/June 2009

Despite our best efforts to the contrary Episode 12 is an all English, all-male affair with Filmwasters hosts, Ed Wenn, Damion Rice & Leon Taylor taking one of their favourite documentary photographers, the much-travelled Colin Summers, through his podcasting paces. Also getting in on the act – albeit briefly – is Leon’s pet hound, Woody, who we suspect is also a big Colin Summers fan. This episode was supposed to be a photo journalism special, but inevitably things drifted off-topic pretty quickly and Leon had a time of it trying to edit together something even vaguely cohesive. Fear not though, there’s a lot of good, sensible stuff here in amongst the jokes and the general photography-related chatter. In particular documentary photography is covered in some depth; including a discussion of Colin’s current series, This Is England. We also discuss the sad passing of Bill Jay, a giant of photographic commentary whose work has made a big impression on us on lots of levels. Visit ...

66 MIN2009 MAY 30
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Episode 12: Hardworking, Loving & Courageous – May/June 2009

Episode 11: Interview with Andrea Ingram

This is the first in a new series of podcasts where Leon interviews photographers to discuss something new they’ve recently been trying out or have done.Leon’s style is analoguos to a kind of tortoise compared with Ed’s peppy hare-style (he’s bald … geddit?!?). Andrea Ingram: Nairn Stroll In this episode, Leon talks with Andrea Ingram about her recent exhbition at the An Lanntair Arts Centre on the Isle of Lewis, and her new Blurb Book amongst other things related to her photography. Apologies for the poor sound quality – the Outer Hebrides doesn’t have the greatest broadband link-up so Skype quality wasnt perfect – it improves as the recording goes on, so stick with it if you can. Andrea’s Fave Photographers discussed: James Ravilious Jack Thingy (Spencer, actually) Alex Titarenko Andrew Sanderson Leonard Misonne Callum Angus Mackay Willie Fulton (ok, not photography, but great pics none-the-less) Also: Fraction Magazine

31 MIN2009 APR 2
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Episode 11: Interview with Andrea Ingram

Episode 10: Tom Says, “f,8 & Be There” – March 2009

Martin Parr, Tom Stoddart, Andrew Nadolski & Ken Keen were the heavyweight guest speakers at this year’s Arena Seminar. Our man, Leon, was there drinking it all in & Ed won’t let him get some sleep until he’s told us all about it. A slightly shorter-than-normal podcast this time round at 45 minutes and only two participants, but we’re hoping (desperately!!) that the content will more than make up for a slightly low-key episode. A couple more interesting links for Ken Keen: Recent article from ePhotozine http://www.ephotozine.com/article/Seeing-without-sight-11077 Radio interview in Real Audio format from 2006 http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/factual/intouch_20060725.shtml

47 MIN2009 MAR 18
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Episode 10: Tom Says, “f,8 & Be There” – March 2009

Episode 9: The Romance of MacDonalds – December 2008

There was just time to squeeze in a final podcast before 2008 drew to a close. Ed was joined by founder Filmwaster and much decorated fine art photographer, Susan Burnstine from LA, commercial and fine art photographer (and toycamera god) Don Brice from Adelaide and debutante FW podcast panellist, Cameron Stephen, a health service professional, photography obsessive and photo and video blogger from Melbourne. Topics under discussion this time round were the ins and outs of hanging your work in a non-gallery space, photo journalism, Cameron’s photography-related online videos, a catch up with Susan and Don regarding what they’ve been up to this year and the usual recommendations section from all panel members. Other highlights include: Cameron giving a master class in how to not organise things properly when showing work in a cafe. Don prompting Ed to lead a deeply technical discussion on the magic of Polaroid peel-apart films during which he used the word, “thing”, far too often...

70 MIN2008 DEC 30
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Episode 9: The Romance of MacDonalds – December 2008

Episode 8: Sunday Morning Coming Down – September 2008

Episode 8 of the Filmwasters.com podcast sees the gang holed up at Leon’s house after a night out in Canterbury (sorry Skype, we didn’t need you this time), but the proximity of the others still didn’t help Ed’s “mad intro skillz” which were as poor as always. Also worth mentioning at the start that the bald fool left his phone on during recording and that 3 or 4 times during the show it made its presence felt – sorry about that. Onto the show itself: first off there’s a 6 minute long discussion about theFilmwasters.comsite including a well-deserved plug for our very own,Susan Burnstine’s wonderful short film on Fine Art TV (go watch it immediately) and info about some forthcoming collaborations. After that we warm to the subject of Leon and his ‘home build’ camera project followed by him and Damion reviewing fine art photography magazines,Foam MagazineandAG. Ed brings things back to basics with a discussion about 3D (or stereo) photography and the success of his recent p...

53 MIN2008 SEP 3
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Episode 8: Sunday Morning Coming Down – September 2008

Latest Episodes

Episode 17: Interview with Steve Brierley from Ilford Photo – August 2011

Note: Interview with Steven starts at around 6 minutes 30 seconds. It’s been 11 long months since the last Filmwasters audio podcast, but we’re back with a bang as Leon interviews one of Ilford Photo’s head honchos, Steven Brierley, about the future of analogue photography. I’d write more, but if you’re an trad photo person then you already have the best reason on the planet to go and give this a listen.

60 MIN2011 AUG 21
Comments
Episode 17: Interview with Steve Brierley from Ilford Photo – August 2011

Episode 16: Terrorkitten Was Born – September 2010

After an unscheduled delay brought on by a busy summer, we bring you part 2 of our conversation with Bath-based photographer, Phil Bebbington & Matt Wells from AG Photographic. Topics under discussion are Phil’s travels through Crete & the Southern USA, whether Kodak actually make anything anymore, how much Ilford spend each week on silver, Matt’s debut “Mythbusters” rant and much more. Ed recommended the Film Photography Podcast Phil recommended A Road Trip Journal by Stephen Shore Matt recommended Adox PAN 400 film

44 MIN2010 SEP 4
Comments
Episode 16: Terrorkitten Was Born – September 2010

Episode 15: Welcome Back to Film – July 2010

In what must qualify as our first ‘serious’ podcast, Ed is joined by Matt Wells from AG Photographic & Bath-based photographer, Phil Bebbington, for the first of 2 podcasts. This episode focuses almost entirely on Matt’s thoughts and experiences from working in the photo retail industry. He’s knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the future of film. Ed & Phil supply the background colour. The next episode will profile Phil and his work and continue the debate about the future of film.

42 MIN2010 JUL 21
Comments
Episode 15: Welcome Back to Film – July 2010

Episode 14: We’ve Been Bad, But We’re Back, Part 2 – April 2010

Ed, Leon, Damion & Ailsawrap up the Filmwasters’ return to podcasting after an absence of 8 months with part two of We’ve Been Bad, But We’re Back. This final instalment brings you a discussion of the recent Lillian Bassman exhibition in London, speculation that there may finally be a cool-looking digital camera on the market and the revelation that some of Ailsa’s friends leave her voicemails after having sex. Because we were a bit light on content for this episode, we contactedThe Other Sideand asked Arthur Fellig (aka Weegee), Ed’s spiritual guide through the world of photography to chip in from time to time with some anecdotes from way back in the day. Go to Google to see more Lillian Bassman images online. ThatKevin Spacey TV ad campaign for the new digital Olympus Pen. The blog post on Boogie Woogie Flu from which we took the wonderful Weegee material.

26 MIN2010 APR 1
Comments
Episode 14: We’ve Been Bad, But We’re Back, Part 2 – April 2010

Episode 13: We’ve Been Bad, But We’re Back – March 2010

Ed, Leon & Damion are joined by Ailsa McWhinnie – photographer, freelance journalist, author, former editor of Black & White Photography magazine and mad Brighton & Hove Albion fan. There’s a lot of photo talk and one spectacular sneeze. Ed’s fave street photographer, Matt Stuart, gets another look in as does the Arena Group, Jobo & Fujifilm. It’s been a long time since the last podcast. Apologies for that, but we’re doing our best to make up for the gap by producing two in as many weeks. The same cast will reconvene for a second episode in a week’s time. Faves/picks/recommendations this time round are as follows: Ailsa’s latest book, Travel Photography Masterclass: Joe Cornish, Charlie Waite, David Ward and Others is available for pre-order. Ailsa sung the praise of the book, On Being a Photographer: A Practical Guide by David Hurn & the late, great Bill Jay. Leon recommends the wonderful portraits that Vicky Slater produces (see examples above) & the street photography of N...

42 MIN2010 MAR 17
Comments
Episode 13: We’ve Been Bad, But We’re Back – March 2010

Episode 12: Hardworking, Loving & Courageous – May/June 2009

Despite our best efforts to the contrary Episode 12 is an all English, all-male affair with Filmwasters hosts, Ed Wenn, Damion Rice & Leon Taylor taking one of their favourite documentary photographers, the much-travelled Colin Summers, through his podcasting paces. Also getting in on the act – albeit briefly – is Leon’s pet hound, Woody, who we suspect is also a big Colin Summers fan. This episode was supposed to be a photo journalism special, but inevitably things drifted off-topic pretty quickly and Leon had a time of it trying to edit together something even vaguely cohesive. Fear not though, there’s a lot of good, sensible stuff here in amongst the jokes and the general photography-related chatter. In particular documentary photography is covered in some depth; including a discussion of Colin’s current series, This Is England. We also discuss the sad passing of Bill Jay, a giant of photographic commentary whose work has made a big impression on us on lots of levels. Visit ...

66 MIN2009 MAY 30
Comments
Episode 12: Hardworking, Loving & Courageous – May/June 2009

Episode 11: Interview with Andrea Ingram

This is the first in a new series of podcasts where Leon interviews photographers to discuss something new they’ve recently been trying out or have done.Leon’s style is analoguos to a kind of tortoise compared with Ed’s peppy hare-style (he’s bald … geddit?!?). Andrea Ingram: Nairn Stroll In this episode, Leon talks with Andrea Ingram about her recent exhbition at the An Lanntair Arts Centre on the Isle of Lewis, and her new Blurb Book amongst other things related to her photography. Apologies for the poor sound quality – the Outer Hebrides doesn’t have the greatest broadband link-up so Skype quality wasnt perfect – it improves as the recording goes on, so stick with it if you can. Andrea’s Fave Photographers discussed: James Ravilious Jack Thingy (Spencer, actually) Alex Titarenko Andrew Sanderson Leonard Misonne Callum Angus Mackay Willie Fulton (ok, not photography, but great pics none-the-less) Also: Fraction Magazine

31 MIN2009 APR 2
Comments
Episode 11: Interview with Andrea Ingram

Episode 10: Tom Says, “f,8 & Be There” – March 2009

Martin Parr, Tom Stoddart, Andrew Nadolski & Ken Keen were the heavyweight guest speakers at this year’s Arena Seminar. Our man, Leon, was there drinking it all in & Ed won’t let him get some sleep until he’s told us all about it. A slightly shorter-than-normal podcast this time round at 45 minutes and only two participants, but we’re hoping (desperately!!) that the content will more than make up for a slightly low-key episode. A couple more interesting links for Ken Keen: Recent article from ePhotozine http://www.ephotozine.com/article/Seeing-without-sight-11077 Radio interview in Real Audio format from 2006 http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/factual/intouch_20060725.shtml

47 MIN2009 MAR 18
Comments
Episode 10: Tom Says, “f,8 & Be There” – March 2009

Episode 9: The Romance of MacDonalds – December 2008

There was just time to squeeze in a final podcast before 2008 drew to a close. Ed was joined by founder Filmwaster and much decorated fine art photographer, Susan Burnstine from LA, commercial and fine art photographer (and toycamera god) Don Brice from Adelaide and debutante FW podcast panellist, Cameron Stephen, a health service professional, photography obsessive and photo and video blogger from Melbourne. Topics under discussion this time round were the ins and outs of hanging your work in a non-gallery space, photo journalism, Cameron’s photography-related online videos, a catch up with Susan and Don regarding what they’ve been up to this year and the usual recommendations section from all panel members. Other highlights include: Cameron giving a master class in how to not organise things properly when showing work in a cafe. Don prompting Ed to lead a deeply technical discussion on the magic of Polaroid peel-apart films during which he used the word, “thing”, far too often...

70 MIN2008 DEC 30
Comments
Episode 9: The Romance of MacDonalds – December 2008

Episode 8: Sunday Morning Coming Down – September 2008

Episode 8 of the Filmwasters.com podcast sees the gang holed up at Leon’s house after a night out in Canterbury (sorry Skype, we didn’t need you this time), but the proximity of the others still didn’t help Ed’s “mad intro skillz” which were as poor as always. Also worth mentioning at the start that the bald fool left his phone on during recording and that 3 or 4 times during the show it made its presence felt – sorry about that. Onto the show itself: first off there’s a 6 minute long discussion about theFilmwasters.comsite including a well-deserved plug for our very own,Susan Burnstine’s wonderful short film on Fine Art TV (go watch it immediately) and info about some forthcoming collaborations. After that we warm to the subject of Leon and his ‘home build’ camera project followed by him and Damion reviewing fine art photography magazines,Foam MagazineandAG. Ed brings things back to basics with a discussion about 3D (or stereo) photography and the success of his recent p...

53 MIN2008 SEP 3
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Episode 8: Sunday Morning Coming Down – September 2008
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