History of the Revival of Film Photography

History of the Revival of Film Photography

History of the Revival of Film Photography

DATE: Thursday May 9th, 2024
TIME: 7:30 pm 

From 2017 the Camera Rescue project has gathered the global analog community to talk about the need to preserve film cameras. Through these conversations Juho Leppänen, the coordinator of the project, has had a great perspective to the second rise of film photography. In his keynote Juho will go through the history of the revival of film photography 2017-2022 and give a small look to what do we need to do to preserve film photography until 2040.

More on Camera Rescue and Kamerastore:
The Camera Rescue project is in town due to the projects main sponsor Kamerastore.com having a buying pop up at the Expo City Finland Pavilion from the 3rd to the 11th or May. If you have any extra photography gear to sell you can find more info here.

  • Beginner
  • 1-2 hour duration
  • Available
  • Inventory on the way

The history of the revival of film photography 2017-2022 and a small look to what do we need to do to preserve film photography until 2040.

Anyone with an interest in learning about film photography!

This is a lecture as such you do not need to bring anything other than your curiosity for film photography!

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