Month in review: October 2020

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These are the 31 days and 31 articles that made EMULSIVE in October 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 September 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.


Enjoy!

~ EM


October 2020’s Reader Top 10

5 Frames... Of trichromes with ILFORD FP4 PLUS (35mm Format : EI 125 : Canon EOS 1n + Canon EF 24mm f2.8) - by Anthony Pearson

5 Frames… Of trichromes with ILFORD FP4 PLUS (35mm Format / EI 125 / Canon EOS 1n + Canon EF 24mm f/2.8) – by Anthony Pearson

When my local Max Spielmann closed for lockdown, I lost my go-to for colour film processing. I couldn’t face going cold turkey, and haven’t got the sous-vide needed for colour …

Read more5 Frames… Of trichromes with ILFORD FP4 PLUS (35mm Format / EI 125 / Canon EOS 1n + Canon EF 24mm f/2.8) – by Anthony Pearson

My Mamiya 645 Pro, Rodrigo W. Blum

5 Frames… And a bit of luck with a Mamiya 645 PRo and Kodak Portra 400 (120 Format / EI 400 / Mamiya Sekor C 80mm f/2.8) – by Rodrigo W Bloom

I wouldn’t say I’m a completely skeptical person. Superstition isn’t really my thing too. But when it comes to giveaways and raffles, sometimes I like to play the odds. With …

Read more5 Frames… And a bit of luck with a Mamiya 645 PRo and Kodak Portra 400 (120 Format / EI 400 / Mamiya Sekor C 80mm f/2.8) – by Rodrigo W Bloom


…AND HERE’S EVERYTHING IN ORDER OF PUBLICATION

My Nikon FA + Nikkor 50mm f:1.8 AI, Davy Bruyninckx

5 Frames… Of Old Main Street, Fort Worth, Texas (35mm Format / EI 400 / Nikon FA + Nikkor 50mm f/1.8 AI) – by Davy Bruyninckx

As a film photographer, I am always drawn to some of the more timeworn parts of town, so to speak, and that propensity for the foregone cannot be more satisfied than in the old part of Main Street in Fort Worth, Texas. The old Main Street has tons of classic heritage but it’s not immune …

Read more5 Frames… Of Old Main Street, Fort Worth, Texas (35mm Format / EI 400 / Nikon FA + Nikkor 50mm f/1.8 AI) – by Davy Bruyninckx

Brighten up your Rolleiflex (or any TLR camera) with a new Rick Oleson Brightscreen

For a photographer, there is nothing quite like the experience of looking onto the focus screen of a TLR or other medium format, primarily waist-level viewfinder cameras such as Hasselblads, Bronicas or Mamiya RB67s. For some reason, a scene presented on a large focus screen draws attention to lines, forms, shapes, the elements of design, …

Read moreBrighten up your Rolleiflex (or any TLR camera) with a new Rick Oleson Brightscreen

ILFORD HP5 PLUS vs Kodak Tri-X 400 at EI 1600 in the Moscow Metro with the Mamiya 7II October 1, 2020 Posted in: Articles, Featured, Film stock reviews, ILFORD Film Stock Reviews, Kodak Film Stock Reviews, Reviews - I highly recommend the Moscow Subway Metro. As someone who loves spending time exploring underground, this was perhaps an unexpected highlight of my 2019 trip to Russia. If you are going for a photo trip (after the obvious COVID restrictions are lifted), I highly suggest Sunday mornings between 8-10am. Weekdays will be hell as you’re ...

Read moreILFORD HP5 PLUS vs Kodak Tri-X 400 at EI 1600 in the Moscow Metro with the Mamiya 7II

My late grandmother’s Kodak Jiffy Six-20 Series II, Jason Storey 5 Frames… With my late grandmother’s Kodak Jiffy Six-20 Series II, and my first ever roll of 120 (620) film – by Jason Storey October 2, 2020 Posted in: 5 Frames..., Articles - As if the year 2020 couldn’t get any worse for all of us; It was also the year in which I lost my grandfather. He passed in early June of, preceded by my grandmother in 2015. The day after my wife and I flew to Indiana for the funeral I was sitting in my mother’s ...

Read more5 Frames… With my late grandmother’s Kodak Jiffy Six-20 Series II, and my first ever roll of 120 (620) film – by Jason Storey

My Canon FTb QL + Canon FD 50mm f/1.8, Robert Guanci 5 Frames… With ILFORD HP5 PLUS (35mm Format / El 800 / Canon FTb QL + Canon FD 50mm f/1.8) – by Robert Guanci October 3, 2020 Posted in: 5 Frames..., Articles - 2020 has been a tough year. The shutdown brought on by Covid-19 put a damper on a lot of things we all love, most importantly, street photography. On a personal level, my fiancé and I were forced to make the impossible decision to postpone our wedding in early July. However, as time went on new ...

Read more5 Frames… With ILFORD HP5 PLUS (35mm Format / El 800 / Canon FTb QL + Canon FD 50mm f/1.8) – by Robert Guanci

Blood-red Witchery: Portraits on Kodak AEROCHROME III color infrared slide film Blood-red Witchery: Portraits on Kodak AEROCHROME III color infrared slide film October 4, 2020 Posted in: Articles, Featured, Film stock reviews, Kodak Film Stock Reviews, Reviews - I spent a year preparing to shoot a roll of portraits on Kodak AEROCHROME III Infrared 1443, the false-color infrared-sensitive film manufactured by Kodak for aerial reconnaissance and scientific purposes in one shape or form between the early 1940s and 2010. There are some informative articles on the web about the film and how to ...

Read moreBlood-red Witchery: Portraits on Kodak AEROCHROME III color infrared slide film


Schneider G-Claron 355mm f/11 5 frames with 11-year expired Era Pan 100 on a Richard Ritter 7×17 ULF View Camera – by Andrew Keedle October 5, 2020 Posted in: 5 Frames..., Articles - Many lifetimes ago but mainly before family, I did a lot of film photography. I had a small darkroom, shot 35mm, medium format, large format and even ultra large format film. Lith printing was the most fun. I didn’t do it professionally, I did it to escape. Stuck in front of screens all day as ...

Read more5 frames with 11-year expired Era Pan 100 on a Richard Ritter 7×17 ULF View Camera – by Andrew Keedle

My Yashica Mat-124G, Aivaras Sidla 5 Frames… Of my first time trying Kodak EKTACHROME E100 on a Yashica Mat-124G – by Aivaras Sidla October 6, 2020 Posted in: 5 Frames..., Articles - From the start of my “film shooters career” I was shooting either negative color film or BW negative film. My favorite emulsions were and still are Kodak Portra 400 for color and Kodak Tri-X 400 for BW shots. It’s staple, one of the most forgiving and beautiful films for my taste. Slide film on the ...

Read more5 Frames… Of my first time trying Kodak EKTACHROME E100 on a Yashica Mat-124G – by Aivaras Sidla

Add to Queue: Interviewing the Negative Positives Podcast October 7, 2020 Posted in: Add to Queue, Featured, Interviews - I am guessing that there won’t be too may people reading this who need much of an introduction to these three! Negative Positives is a long running film photography podcast that has been coming at us live from the Gutterman-cave for well over 300 episodes now. Mike Gutterman, Andre Domingues and Roxanna Angles are the ...

Read moreAdd to Queue: Interviewing the Negative Positives Podcast

5 Frames… With Lomography Potsdam Kino 100 on a Mamiya 645 AFD (120 Format / EI 100) – by Tyler Longfellow October 8, 2020 Posted in: 5 Frames..., Articles - I have been wanting to try this film for a while now, ever since it was announced. I loved the look, the tones, the grain, just everything about the film. Well, I finally bought a roll, loaded it up in my Mamiya 645 AFD with my 150mm f/3.5 AF (because I need to use this ...

Read more5 Frames… With Lomography Potsdam Kino 100 on a Mamiya 645 AFD (120 Format / EI 100) – by Tyler Longfellow

5 Frames... Of trichromes with ILFORD FP4 PLUS (35mm Format : EI 125 : Canon EOS 1n + Canon EF 24mm f2.8) - by Anthony Pearson 5 Frames… Of trichromes with ILFORD FP4 PLUS (35mm Format / EI 125 / Canon EOS 1n + Canon EF 24mm f/2.8) – by Anthony Pearson October 9, 2020 Posted in: 5 Frames..., Articles - When my local Max Spielmann closed for lockdown, I lost my go-to for colour film processing. I couldn’t face going cold turkey, and haven’t got the sous-vide needed for colour processing at home. I can process black and white film though. So I started making trichromes. A trichome is a colour photograph made from three ...

Read more5 Frames… Of trichromes with ILFORD FP4 PLUS (35mm Format / EI 125 / Canon EOS 1n + Canon EF 24mm f/2.8) – by Anthony Pearson

My Fuji GS645 Professional and Fuji Pro 400H, Zhan Teh 5 Frames… Of West End Brisbane on Fuji Pro 400H (EI 200 / 120 Format / Fujica GS645 Professional) – by Zhan Teh October 10, 2020 Posted in: 5 Frames..., Articles - 5 Frames… Of West End Brisbane on Fuji Pro 400H (EI 200 / 120 Format / Fujica GS645 Professional) – by Zhan Teh West End, Brisbane is a quirky little inner-city suburb with a strong history and culture if you care to look. Here you can always count on seeing a plethora of characters every ...

Read more5 Frames… Of West End Brisbane on Fuji Pro 400H (EI 200 / 120 Format / Fujica GS645 Professional) – by Zhan Teh

5 Frames... Along London’s Regents Canal and West End on Svema Color 125 (35mm Format / EI 125 / Canon EOS 300 + Canon 28-80 f/3.5-5.6) - by Cliff McMahon-Docherty 5 Frames… Along London’s Regents Canal and West End on Svema Color 125 (35mm Format / EI 125 / Canon EOS 300 + Canon EF 28-80 f/3.5-5.6) – by Cliff McMahon-Docherty October 11, 2020 Posted in: 5 Frames..., Articles - Having been sucked into digital in the early naughties and bled dry by four-figure kit purchases it was time hail out the modest EOS 300 I had in my 20’s and see what further damage I could do to my bank account now all these wonderful and obscure emulsions have appeared on the market. Leaping ...

Read more5 Frames… Along London’s Regents Canal and West End on Svema Color 125 (35mm Format / EI 125 / Canon EOS 300 + Canon EF 28-80 f/3.5-5.6) – by Cliff McMahon-Docherty

5 Frames... Of island life on Kodak Gold 200 (35mm Format / EI 200 / Leica M4-2) - by Ryan HK 5 Frames… Of island life on Kodak Gold 200 (35mm Format / EI 200 / Leica M4-2) – by Ryan HK October 12, 2020 Posted in: 5 Frames..., Articles - Photographic film prices have been on a steady climb in Canada for the last few years. Not a reasonable climb, either. Some of my go-to emulsions have gone up as much as 30-40% at local retailers in the last year alone. It’s now cheaper to purchase colour film from the US and ship it up ...

Read more5 Frames… Of island life on Kodak Gold 200 (35mm Format / EI 200 / Leica M4-2) – by Ryan HK


My Canon AE-1 Program and Canon FD 50mm f/1.8, Ned Goldman 5 Frames… In Lima, Peru on Kodak Portra 400 (35mm Format / EI 400 / Canon AE-1 Program + Canon FD 50mm f/1.8) – by Ned Goldman October 13, 2020 Posted in: Articles - My mother cranked out family photos that would feel as at home in a gallery as they do in their cardboard box in the attic. If she never took a certain portrait of me in a diaper, cowboy boots, a ten-gallon hat, and a badge, the world might have forgotten how good of a sheriff ...

Read more5 Frames… In Lima, Peru on Kodak Portra 400 (35mm Format / EI 400 / Canon AE-1 Program + Canon FD 50mm f/1.8) – by Ned Goldman

THE CAMERADACTYL MONGOOSE: A MODERN FULL-ROLL 35MM FILM SCANNER The CAMERADACTYL Mongoose: A modern full-roll 35mm film scanner October 14, 2020 Posted in: Articles, Featured Projects, Gear Reviews, Reviews, Scanners - A few months ago I was catching up with CAMERADACTYL’s Ethan Moses when we got to talking about projects that would have the most impact on the film photography community. I happened to mention my pet peeve: the lack of a modern equivalent to the Kodak Pakon, an automated full-roll film scanner. Fast forward to ...

Read moreThe CAMERADACTYL Mongoose: A modern full-roll 35mm film scanner

Cover - 5 Frames... Of Kodak Ektar on a Horseman VH + Nikon Nikkor 210mm f_5.6 (120 format _ EI 100) - by Reza Rostampisheh 5 Frames… Of Kodak Ektar on a Horseman VH + Nikon Nikkor 210mm f/5.6 (120 format / EI 100) – by Reza Rostampisheh October 15, 2020 Posted in: 5 Frames..., Articles - Like many, I started taking pictures using my father’s old camera, a hefty Nikon F2 and a super-fast Nikkor 55mm f/1.2 back in the late 90’s. And again like many — drawn by the instant gratification of seeing the results right away -– soon I switched to a digital camera (Leica Digilux 1). While stunned ...

Read more5 Frames… Of Kodak Ektar on a Horseman VH + Nikon Nikkor 210mm f/5.6 (120 format / EI 100) – by Reza Rostampisheh

Cover: The second round of 2020 price increases rises for ILFORD and Kentmere products come into effect The second round of 2020 price increases rises for ILFORD and Kentmere products come into effect October 16, 2020 Posted in: Articles, Featured, News - Per an update notification issued in September, an increase of at least 5% on all photographic film and paper products will be passed from HARMAN Technology, producers of ILFORD, Kentmere and HARMAN products to the dealer/distributor chain effective October 16th 2020. Today’s increase is the second for 2020 and follows an (upto) 15% hike on ...

Read moreThe second round of 2020 price increases rises for ILFORD and Kentmere products come into effect

5 Frames... With Lomography CN 400 on an uncoated lens (35mm Format / EI 200 / Leica M6 + Voigtländer 35mm f/1.4 Nokton-Classic SC) - by Miguel Melo 5 Frames… With Lomography CN 400 on an uncoated lens (35mm Format / Leica M6 + Voigtländer 35mm f/1.4 Nokton Classic SC) – by Miguel Melo October 17, 2020 Posted in: 5 Frames..., Articles - When it comes to print film we all have our favorites, be it for aesthetics, latitude, how they handle some (intentional) abuse (over/underexposure, pushing, pulling), e.t.c. And I have narrowed down my list to Kodak Ektar 100, Kodak Ultramax 400 and CineStill 800T as, from my own experience and preferences this specific trio covers all ...

Read more5 Frames… With Lomography CN 400 on an uncoated lens (35mm Format / Leica M6 + Voigtländer 35mm f/1.4 Nokton Classic SC) – by Miguel Melo

Visualising the Unspeakable: Exploring Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder with wet plate photography Visualising the Unspeakable: Exploring Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder with wet plate photography October 18, 2020 Posted in: Articles, Darkroom, Featured, Opinion, Wet Plate - Even when the camera is focused on a single subject, photographic portraiture rarely, if ever, speaks with just one voice. It is this multifaceted layering, be it intentional or otherwise, that generates intrigue and keeps us coming back for another look, drawn to some inexplicable detail that refuses to sit quietly on the page. Historical ...

Read moreVisualising the Unspeakable: Exploring Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder with wet plate photography

My Mamiya RB67 and a Rezivot Instanx Film Back, Jess Hobbs 5 Frames… Of Polaroid 600 + SX-70 film on a Mamiya RB67 and a Rezivot Instant Film back – by Jess Hobbs October 19, 2020 Posted in: 5 Frames..., Articles - My Mamiya RB67 and I go back a long way, beside a dumpster at a Tim Horton’s (a donut and coffee shop for those of you not from Canada) where I bought her off of a guy who was selling cameras he picked up from studios that had gone bankrupt. She was heavily used and ...

Read more5 Frames… Of Polaroid 600 + SX-70 film on a Mamiya RB67 and a Rezivot Instant Film back – by Jess Hobbs

5 Frames… Of Type 103 H-Alpha Kodak Spectroscopic Film with a Canon EF + Canon FD 50mm f1.8 SC (35mm Format / EI 100) – by Paul Stevens October 20, 2020 Posted in: Articles - I received a 100-foot roll of fifty-one year old Type 103 H Kodak Spectrographic Film in June 2020. Like the 1978 Canon EF with stock 50mm lens I used to shoot it, it was a gift. Having a reputation for loving old cameras and weird film means that sometimes people you barely know will send ...

Read more5 Frames… Of Type 103 H-Alpha Kodak Spectroscopic Film with a Canon EF + Canon FD 50mm f1.8 SC (35mm Format / EI 100) – by Paul Stevens


5 Frames... Of ILFORD Delta 400 Professional (120 Format / EI 400 / Yashica Mat-124G) - by Mondo Morales 5 Frames… Of ILFORD Delta 400 Professional (120 Format / EI 400 / Yashica Mat-124G) – by Mondo Morales October 21, 2020 Posted in: 5 Frames..., Articles - There was a time in my life when I shot nothing but film, never professionally but only for my pleasure. My weapons of choice were Nikon F3 for 35mm, a Yashica Mat-124G for 120 film and a Graflex Press 4-¼ x 3-¼ sheet film cameras. Then, came the digital age and like almost everyone else, ...

Read more5 Frames… Of ILFORD Delta 400 Professional (120 Format / EI 400 / Yashica Mat-124G) – by Mondo Morales

My Mamiya 645 Pro, Rodrigo W. Blum 5 Frames… And a bit of luck with a Mamiya 645 PRo and Kodak Portra 400 (120 Format / EI 400 / Mamiya Sekor C 80mm f/2.8) – by Rodrigo W Bloom October 22, 2020 Posted in: 5 Frames..., Articles - I wouldn’t say I’m a completely skeptical person. Superstition isn’t really my thing too. But when it comes to giveaways and raffles, sometimes I like to play the odds. With my Mamiya 645 Pro, that was the case. I saw a raffle online with three prizes and a few numbers at a reasonable price. The ...

Read more5 Frames… And a bit of luck with a Mamiya 645 PRo and Kodak Portra 400 (120 Format / EI 400 / Mamiya Sekor C 80mm f/2.8) – by Rodrigo W Bloom

My Minolta CLE + Rokkor-M 40mm f/2 and Kodak Ektachrome E100, Oleg Popelyaev 5 Frames… From my first roll of slide film and a Minolta CLE + Minolta Rokkor-M 40mm f/2 (Kodak EKTACHROME 100 / 35mm Format / El 100) – by Oleg Popelyaev October 23, 2020 Posted in: 5 Frames..., Articles - These 5 frames are my first try at shooting a slide film. About 5 months ago I decided to start my journey into the film photography. And it was a love from the first touch I would say. The whole process from unpacking the film and putting it into the camera, to cocking the shutter, ...

Read more5 Frames… From my first roll of slide film and a Minolta CLE + Minolta Rokkor-M 40mm f/2 (Kodak EKTACHROME 100 / 35mm Format / El 100) – by Oleg Popelyaev

5 Frames... Of portraits on Fujifilm Superia X-TRA 400 (35mm Format / EI 400 / Canon EOS 50E + Canon EF 50mm f/1.4) - by Crina Prida 5 Frames… Of portraits on Fujifilm Superia X-TRA 400 (35mm Format / EI 400 / Canon EOS 50E + Canon EF 50mm f/1.4) – by Crina Prida October 24, 2020 Posted in: 5 Frames..., Articles - First things first, I have to confess that I am 80% a digital shooter. It’s more convenient because I work mostly with models, and therefore, attention to detail is important, so I like to occasionally be able to check the results on the LCD screen. Recently, I did some cleaning up in my studio and ...

Read more5 Frames… Of portraits on Fujifilm Superia X-TRA 400 (35mm Format / EI 400 / Canon EOS 50E + Canon EF 50mm f/1.4) – by Crina Prida

CONSUMER MOTION PICTURE ECN-2 FILM DEVELOPER KITS FROM QWD LAB: INFO AND Q&A Consumer motion picture ECN-2 film developer kits from QWD Lab: info and Q&A October 25, 2020 Posted in: Articles, Featured, News - Earlier this week Philadelphia-based QWD Lab released a brand new film developer kit made specifically for small-scale development of motion picture film at home in its native ECN-2 process. The new kit, dubbed simply the “QWD ECN-2 Kit”, comes in powder form (just add water) and will process at least 15 rolls of 35mm/36 exposure, ...

Read moreConsumer motion picture ECN-2 film developer kits from QWD Lab: info and Q&A

My Seagull 4A-109 TLR, Randy Saint-Louis 5 Frames… With a new-to-me Seagull 4A-109 TLR (Kodak Portra 400 / 120 Format / EI 400) – by Randy Saint-Louis October 26, 2020 Posted in: 5 Frames..., Articles - Using a new-to-you camera is always a challenge; this was a specific challenge for me since I had never held a Twin Lens Reflex camera before this one. And, in terms of Seagull TLR’s, this Seagull 4A-109 with its SA-99 75mm f/3.5 lens is also rare. My biggest challenge wasn’t using the TLR itself, it ...

Read more5 Frames… With a new-to-me Seagull 4A-109 TLR (Kodak Portra 400 / 120 Format / EI 400) – by Randy Saint-Louis

My Nikon FM2n, Timothy John Low 5 Frames… Around Hamilton on Kodak Portra 400 (35mm Format / EI 200 / Nikon FM2n) – by Timothy John Low October 27, 2020 Posted in: 5 Frames..., Articles - Just before COVID-19 hit Australasia, I was a student starting a 3-month overseas internship in Hamilton, New Zealand. Being 8,500 km away from home, I had dragged along most of my photography gear along with me, 7 rolls of film included. What I didn’t realize then was that those 3 months would be reduced to ...

Read more5 Frames… Around Hamilton on Kodak Portra 400 (35mm Format / EI 200 / Nikon FM2n) – by Timothy John Low

Add to Queue: Interviewing Kyle McDougall October 28, 2020 Posted in: Add to Queue, Articles, Featured, Interviews - Kyle Mcdougall is a Canadian photographer who has both a YouTube channel and his own podcast, “Contact Sheet” where he has had some fantastic guests right from day 1. He has spent a lot of time in the US on a wide-ranging personal project, a few months in the UK during the lockdown and plans ...

Read moreAdd to Queue: Interviewing Kyle McDougall


My Finetta IV D and Anastigmat Finetar 1 5/8" f/4, Garrison Way 5 Frames… On a Finetta IV D and Kodak Gold 200 (35mm Format / EI 200 / Anastigmat Finetar 1 5/8″ f/4) – by Garrison Way October 29, 2020 Posted in: 5 Frames..., Articles - I came across the Finetta the same way I have acquired hundreds of other cameras, in a box with another camera that I was interested in. This box had a lot of odd photographic detritus, unused flashbulbs, filters that do not fit anything, the Voigtlander I bought it all for…and the Finetta. I was surprised ...

Read more5 Frames… On a Finetta IV D and Kodak Gold 200 (35mm Format / EI 200 / Anastigmat Finetar 1 5/8″ f/4) – by Garrison Way

5 Frames… Of ILFORD SFX 200 Developed in Cinestill's Df96 monobath with a Fuji GS645S and a red filter - by Ed Steinerts 5 Frames… Of ILFORD SFX 200 Developed in Cinestill’s Df96 monobath with a Fuji GS645S and a red filter – by Ed Steinerts October 30, 2020 Posted in: 5 Frames..., Articles - The Fuji GS645S Professional was a camera I had an interest in ever since it was introduced back in 1984. It was a nice medium format camera that’s ready for anything with its “cow bar” that wrapped around the lens. The camera has a fixed 60mm f/4 lens with rangefinder focusing. Holding the camera normally, ...

Read more5 Frames… Of ILFORD SFX 200 Developed in Cinestill’s Df96 monobath with a Fuji GS645S and a red filter – by Ed Steinerts

Reframing The Question: a response to Clay Daly October 31, 2020 Posted in: Articles, Opinion - Back in early January, CW Daly posted an article here on EMULSIVE asking, ‘Where to from here?’. The article generated a fair bit of discussion both here and on social media, with more than a few answers I bought my first SLR towards the end of the 1970s. I’ve kept going with photography ever since, ...

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