April might seem like a distant memory as we go barreling into the second half of May, so let’s pause for a minute and look back at the 26 “things” published here on EMULSIVE over those 30 short days.

~ EM

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In a surprising turn of events, some of our community’s most well known and respected podcasts have taken the decision to merge into a single entity and are calling themselves the “Classic Film Negatives Sunny Lensless Studio Podcast” (CFNSLSP

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~ EM

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