In the 1960s half frame 35mm cameras enjoyed some popularity and several manufacturers offered models for this format. The idea was that the standard size of the 35mm frame (24×36 mm) was divided into two, which produced a frame half the size at 24×18 mm.
There are many cameras out there that take standard 35mm film and expose alternative formats for creative effect. The Noblex’s literally sweeping panoramas, the Nishika N8000’s 3D gifs, and the Lomography Pop’s 9 frame pop-art “explosions” all have their appeal, but they all share the same problem: their form factor and results are too niche […]
“Do you remember when we first met? I thought I had wandered into a dream.”
I have always loved that quote from The Lord of the Rings.
It must have been near on a year ago when I first nudged today’s interviewee for her time over on Twitter.
Some months ago, I tweeted asking you to send in suggestions for the editorial content on EMULSIVE in 2016. There were lots of suggestions, some good and some very good.