With time passing, I’m getting more and more a taste for the point and shoot.
This week I happily received a shipment of 10 rolls of this much anticipated film stock. This first roll was shot in early afternoon on a day with cloudy sun.
I’m having a play around with some different film cameras at the moment and picked up an Olympus Superzoom 80G for $6.
So I got a new camera to play with—the Chinon CE II Memotron with quite a good lens. It was well past sunset so I thought about pushing a film I knew well enough anticipate the outcome.
As someone used to living in walkable European cities with functioning public transport, LA is a city I've found hard to like. I've been back a few times now, though, and enjoy it more each time I do.
A warm day popped up in early spring after a harsh winter. My kids wanted to head down to the beach and play in the sand.
My name is Montague, I was born in picturesque Basel, Switzerland but moved to Beijing in 2003, where I live and work as a director for film and advertising.
My go to black and white film has always been ILFORD HP5 PLUS for its excellent versatility, I love the grain I get especially when pushing it.
1990 was a good year. The world looked on as the Berlin Wall fell and Germany embraced reunification. I bought a Canon AE1.
In November 2017 I signed up for EMULSIVE's 2017 Secret Santa gift exchange. Luckily for me, my name was drawn for one of the super secret sponsor gifts, in addition to a Secret Santa match.
When I first got back into film photography starting in 2009 I came down with a near fatal case of G.A.S.
Having a Wife that is also a Ceramicist was handy the day I decided to build my own pinhole camera. What was not so handy was having ILFORD chemicals that were two years out of date and a box of
A lot has been written about Bergger Pancro 400 on this website, so this is me just adding my small bit to the general happiness people get from using this film.
I love ILFORD XP2 SUPER. It’s a film I have shot with extensively. It is a C-41 black and white film so not a ‘true’ black and white film.
This is my first use of Lomography Earl Grey 100.
These pictures were all captured with my Zero Image 2000 6x6 pinhole camera on Kodak Portra 400 film.
On the 24th of May, 2017, I knew I had exactly one month before I leave the city of Istanbul for good.