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I had been planning to upgrade from my Leica IIIf for a while; it’s a great camera but it makes […]
It’s not a Leica, but if you’re a film photographer, you’re probably going to Like-uh-it a lot. If you like […]
I for the longest time fancied owning a completely mechanical rangefinder camera, but I always thought that they were out […]
The Leica M3 is a camera I have lustered over since the beginning of my photography career almost eleven years […]
One day I came across a post on Facebook by a fellow “pinholer” showing their recently acquired SCURA 35mm panoramic […]
The Leica M3 doesn’t do anything that another camera can’t. In fact, by today’s standards, it is severely lacking in […]
Made for only four years between 1998 and 2002, the Leica M6 TTL was the successor the 1984-98 Leica M6 […]
The Leica M6 — also commonly known as the Leica M6 Classic or Leica M6 Non-TTL — is a 35mm […]
“Of course they are..” I remember thinking to myself as I read the headline that Agfa Vista films were being […]
In late 2015 I was hit by a taxi making an illegal turn and received three fractured vertebrae for being […]
My first of roll of film for the new year 2020: a fresh roll of ILFORD PAN 100 all used […]
I am a great fan of the Leica M1, having first used this camera in the late 1960s as a […]
This article is part diary, part camera review, part lens review, and part film review, all based around my average day-to-day exploits as a film-based street photographer and photojournalist in London.
While my freshly shot and developed Tri-X 400 (using Kodak D76) is hanging up to dry, I would like to […]
…and back in love with photography again and again.
Warning: the following review of the diminutive Olympus XA is highly biased and totally subjective. I love the darn thing and actually own 2 of them.
After Shin Yasuhara left his job at Kyocera, the large Japanese high technology company, he set out on designing his own dream camera.
The Olympus 35 SP holds a SPecial and somewhat privileged status in my pretty modest camera collection.
It’s once again time to hand over the EMULSIVE reins to another eager contributor. This time, it’s Andrew MacGregor — better known as Mr.
Today we’e welcoming Todd Schlemmer into the fold with his review (preview?) of the terraPin “Snappa”, a 35mm pinhole film camera prototype he designed and 3D printed;