These are the 30 days and 30 articles that made EMULSIVE in November 2020. 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 October 2020 update, I’m still very much in catch-up mode but definitely getting there. As ever, if you’ve got something to share, please drop me a line.
You might be interested in...
NOVEMBER 2020’s Reader Top 10
…AND HERE’S EVERYTHING IN ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Add to Queue: Interviewing Steve O’Nions November 4, 2020 Posted in: Add to Queue..., Articles, Interviews - Welcome back to the Add to Queue series here at emulsive.org. This series talks to film photographers from across the world who are also active on YouTube or Podcasts. Today my guest is Steve O’nions, a film photographer and YouTuber from England. I enjoy Steve’s content for some of the same reasons I enjoy Ben […] Month in review: August 2020 November 12, 2020 Posted in: Articles, Best Of - These are the 31 days and 34 articles that made EMULSIVE in August 2020. As usual, 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). Enjoy! ~ EM August 2020’s Reader Top 10 …AND HERE’S EVERYTHING IN […] 2.5 years of Analogue Wonderland November 15, 2020 Posted in: Articles, Featured, Featured projects - You know it’s been an unusual year when you plan a guest article in May and start to write it in November! Either that or I’m just terrible with deadlines… My name’s Paul McKay and I’m one of the founders and co-owners of Analogue Wonderland. Today I will be taking you through the past 18 […] Introducing MentalCollodion: Shining light on mental health struggles November 20, 2020 Posted in: Articles, Darkroom, Developing Film, Featured, Featured projects, Wet plate collodion - In the Summer of 2021 something special is coming to the Scottish Highlands (and hopefully elsewhere), courtesy of Simon Riddell, a van, a large camera, and a lot of chemicals! No, it’s not a sequel to Human Traffic, it’s a bold and exciting project from the man who helped bring us One Shot: Inchindown, the film […]
Thanks for reading!
Share your knowledge, story or project
The transfer of knowledge across the film photography community is the heart of EMULSIVE. You can add your support by contributing your thoughts, work, experiences and ideas to inspire the hundreds of thousands of people who read these pages each month. Check out the submission guide here.
If you like what you're reading you can also help this passion project by heading over to the EMULSIVE Patreon page and contributing as little as a dollar a month. There's also print and apparel over at Society 6, currently showcasing over two dozen t-shirt designs and over a dozen unique photographs available for purchase.