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EMULSIVE’s most popular film photographer interviews of 2017EMULSIVE’s most popular film photographer interviews of 2017

EMULSIVE’s most popular film photographer interviews of 2017

It’s day three of lazy post week here on EMULSIVE but there’s nothing lazy about the folks featured in today’s countdown. Welcome to a countdown of the top ten film photographer interviews here on EMULSIVE in 2017!

 

 

10. I am Bellamy Hunt and this is why I shoot film

Rabbit hutch

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9. I am Aislinn Chuahiock and this is why I shoot film

Piss Alley - Leica M6, ILFORD HP5+ - From a recent trip to Japan and its infamous Piss Alley. While it took us an hour to find seats, I just creeped up on diners and took shots.

(link)

 

 

8. I am Isabel Curdes and this is why I shoot film

Isabel Curdes - I 2017

(link)

 

 

7. I am Lilly Schwartz and this is why I shoot film

Santa’s little helper - Leica M6, Zeiss ZM C-Biogon 35mm f/2.8, Cinestill 800T.

Santa’s little helper – Leica M6, Zeiss ZM C-Biogon 35mm f/2.8, Cinestill 800T.

(link)

 

 

6. I am Ashley B Williams and this is why I shoot film

Print scan - Pentax ME Super - ILFORD HP5+

(link)

 

 

5. I am Roger Harrison and this is why I shoot film

Ogmore, Hasselblad 500EL/M, Velvia 50

(link)

 

 

4. I am EMULSIVE and this is why I shoot film

Madison Falls, Yellowstone National Park - Kodak AEROCHROME III 1443 shot at EI 400. Color infrared aerial surveillance film in 120 format shot as 6x12. Shot with #21 orange filter.

(link)

 

 

3. I am Dave Bias and this is why I shoot film

“Sophia & Daddy” (NYC 2006) - Leica M6 with Summicron 50mm f/2 lens and Ilford Delta 100 35mm film

(link)

 

 

2. I am Monika and this is why I shoot film

Tulip and Bowl

(link)

 

 

1. I am Don Lupo and this is why I shoot film

Alyse - Nikon F3HP, Kodak Tri-X 400 film

(link)

 

 

And there we have it. Lot’s of great reads, especially that guy at number four – he comes across as a wonderful chap.

Self-praise aside, it’s good to see so many of my personal favourites from this year’s batch of interviewees get the attention they deserve.

Article four is coming soon, so don’t duck away for too long.

~ EMULSIVE

 

 

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  1. @RKPhotographic1 Wow great articles, really interesting to catch up on the interviews missed

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  2. These are really great, really enjoy seeing film photography thrive and reading how many are still keeping the craft alive!

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