Back to the road!
It’s been pretty quiet on the Fading Nostalgia front, we admit. Getting back into the day-job life after our Route 66 trip was hectic to say the least. But this weekend, we’re taking yet another break from the daily routine. We’re re-packing our bags and heading east to Cleveland, OH, for a [first annual] photography festival/workshop, Analog’s Pulse.
In a nutshell: bring your “analog” cameras…your Holgas, your Polaroids, your SLRs and your 35mm…anything that requires hand-loading real live film, hit the streets of Cleveland, take boat loads of photos, have a blast. Sounds like our kinda party right?? Right! While we’ve both been to Cleveland, we have not yet visited the workshop’s sponsor Aperture Photography & Variety Store located in the Tremont neighborhood, which ALSO just so happens to carry our book. From the looks of photos though, it might be a little slice heaven.
The event is also sponsored also by A&A Studios out of Chicago, the kind photography-lovers at Film Photography Project and Old School Photo Lab out of New Hampshire. So between sponsors and attendees, we’ll be among friends most definitely.
So hop back on the Fading Nostalgia bus and follow along as we get down with old school photo geekness.