These are the 31 days and 30 articles that made EMULSIVE in January 2021. There’s no fancy countdown here, just my usual recap for those of you who missed the goings-on. You’ll find a recap of all the articles published, starting with the most popular 10 articles of the month in order of publication (as decided by you).
If you read the December 2020 update, I’m still (yep) very much in catch-up mode but definitely getting there. As ever, if you’ve got something to share, please drop me a line.
January 2021’s reader top 10
It’s been 5 years since I launched EMULSIVE – half a decade — during that time, the landscape of the film photography community has changed IMMEASURABLY. For the first time […]
5 Frames… Of Camels on expired Fujifilm NEOPAN ACROS 100 (35mm Format / EI 100 / Leica M4 + Summicron 5cm f/2) – by Simón Ducos
May 2020. With COVID in full swing, I decided to leave the city and make the hour-long trip to the desert to capture some landscapes. Still getting used to the […]
Leica is known for its legendary craftsmanship of cameras, but I don’t need to tell you that. Why do you think we all clamour at the idea of finding one […]
On an early grey wet and gloomy Friday morning I walk through Cape Town’s Thibault Square in search of Riviera Salon. With the weather hanging heavy and dark over the […]
5 Frames… With the half-time-half-frame Konica Auto-Reflex (Fujifilm NEOPAN 400 / 35mm Format / EI 400) – by Anil Mistry
According to Cameraquest, The Konica Auto-reflex is a full- and half-frame 35mm SLR camera made in 1966. It was the world’s first focal plane shutter 35mm SLR with automatic exposure and […]
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…AND HERE’S EVERYTHING IN ORDER OF PUBLICATION
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