Welcome to episode 16 of the Filter Photography Podcast. This episode is a bit special because you probably saw from the title, it’s the first episode with a special guest. My good friend, Luke Henery of Violent Soho, talks about film photography, his film photography projects, and his upcoming Laneway exhibition.
This photography podcast episode’s show notes are a little less robust than the previous show notes. The conversation we had flips all over the place. We talk 35mm film, 120 film, 4×5 and everything in between. You’ll be dusting off your film cameras after you hear this episode – Henery is one of the best film photographers in the game and really knows his stuff.
Thanks to the tons of legends on Instagram who submitted questions for Luke Henery to answer, I took the best of the best and asked them on your behalf. Did your question make the cut? Take a listen.
About Luke Henery’s film photography
I’m a pretty casual film shooter. There are just so few that do it as well as Luke Henery in Australia right now, so I leave it to them to create some awesome work, and that he/they do.
PrintFest at Laneway 2019, curated by Luke Henery
You also heard that at Laneway 2019, exclusive to Brisbane, Henery will be curating an awesome gallery with some other talented music photographers. The exhibition is called PrintFest.
🎤 ANNOUNCEMENT 🎤 The legend @luke_henery has asked me and some awesome other music photographers to display work as part of an exhibition called PRINT FEST exclusively at @lanewayfest Brisbane in the Railway Tunnel Gallery, 11:30am-5:30pm on Saturday 2 February. I never display in collective galleries, but this is so sick you have to come check it out. Proud to be displaying stuff alongside a handful of amazing music photographers curated by a 110% legend.
I will be at Laneway Brisbane with the photos, so come and say hello!
If you’re looking for a film photography podcast, look no further than this episode.
Missed the last episode?
Last episode was all about how much photographers should charge. It’s one of the most commonly considered questions, so give it a listen!
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