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Hello readers, welcome back to another episode of #FindingFilm. This month’s episode is a short one, but something I felt was necessary. Back in Episode 3, I checked out Fomapan for the first time, shooting some Fomapan 200.
Following on from the last #FindingFilm, I will pick-up where I left off; Happisburgh (Haze-bruh). If you haven’t read my last article, go and check it out. Whilst you do, I’ll just wait here.
Having finished my rolls of ILFORD Delta 100 and 400 Professional for part 12 of this series, I decided to carry on with the Ilford theme, and shoot some HP5, the last of Ilford’s offerings I am yet to try.
Before I begin this month’s #FindingFilm, I’ll give you advance warning. Go and put the kettle on, make a brew, and settle in. This is going to be a long one. Ah Delta……Delta, Delta, Delta.
Welcome back to another round of #FindingFilm! At the time of writing, it has been a while since I have been out with the camera, shooting black and white film.
Hello again! It’s that time of the month where I check out another type of black and white medium format film.
In my last article, I discussed my adventures with the Lomography Lady Gray 400.
Before I start this entry in the series, just a small disclaimer: Lomography UK very kindly sent me some film to try out for the #FindingFilm series - thanks guys, I really appreciate that.
Hello again, EMULSIVE readers.
Having had a lot of very average weather lately, I was delighted to see a weekend of sunshine!
Late March 2017: During my last article I touched on the fact that I was beginning to get stuck in a photographic rut.
Welcome back to my year long series discovering film stocks: finding film. This week’s article takes a slight deviation from the norm, in that I am using a film I have already used before; ILFORD FP4+.
Welcome to part three of my journey with film in 2017. As you read in part one and part two, throughout 2017 I'll be sharing my experiences with different medium format films and developers – all new to me.
Welcome to part two of my journey with film in 2017.
Hello EMULSIVE community! My name is Tom Rayfield, by day I am a secondary school teacher from Norfolk, UK. I am a passionate film shooter, who loves to shoot medium format black and white film photography.
What if you had a scanning solution for color negative and black and white film that enabled you to scan and convert a whole roll of 35mm film in less than 15 minutes and all that in next to
In 2009 I bought my third digital camera, a little Panasonic Lumix LX3 to complement my somewhat chunkier DSLR. In 2012 I sold it, partly to fund its replacement, a Sony RX100.
I have been shooting 4x5 for about five years. I use it for much of my personal work, and love the tonality and rendering it gives my images.
Halfway through... six months in already? How did that happen... didn’t we just start? Actually, we are settling into our routine but the bloom is off the rose...
To answer this question, I researched the foundations of film and digital photography; and which factors can influence the style of the results for my bachelor thesis.