Being a writer first and a film photographer second, I'm drawn to images and visual art that have stories to tell.
There's no argument that 2017 was a good year for the analogue photography community but in my humble opinion, the assumption that it was the industry driving the analogue resurgence - or whatever you want to call it - couldn't
The New Walk Centre in Leicester was the City Council’s headquarters since the mid-70s and the twin-towers, being among the city’s tallest buildings, have been a landmark feature on the skyline all of my life.
What started out as a stylistic reaction to the lack of creativity associated with the genre of ‘band photography’ (a seemingly endless wasteland of uninteresting pictures of people in jeans and T-shirts, standing in front of walls, sitting on sofas
I'm a dreamer. I believe the power of photographs can change America, and I have proof it's possible.
Much like everyone else out there watching the Camera Ventures / Japan Camera Hunter livestream on Friday, my ears pricked up when Bellamy Hunt announced he was working on a new 35mm compact film camera. As Kosmo Foto's Stephen Dowling
In my 5 years of photography, I've never purposefully done a project or series. Until that is, I realised I had... Street photography for me has always been an adventure (a revelation that came to me only recently).
My name is Madison Somerville and I shoot exclusively on film with my Mamiya 7II and Pentax 67.
"Experimentation." This is what Max Grew, co-founder of Intrepid Camera told me when I asked him what the driving force behind his company was in a conversation we had some days before the closing date of their successful 8x10 Kickstarter
Quiet rural towns offer little in the form of excitement for those stricken with terminal misbehaviour.
OK fine, I'll come clean. Twitter's favorite film photography patch, sticker and decal magnate Mike Padua got in touch with me a few months ago telling me he had an idea up his creative little sleeve.
We're happy to announce the latest project by past interivewee and friend of EMULSIVE, Nils Karlson: Earth Stands Still. Nils' interview remains as one of my personal favorites, so when he mentioned that he was working on a self-published photo
Let me get this out of the way: I unashamedly love Let's Explore Magazine. The idea, the platform, the Kickstarter campaign and the beautiful outpouring of support that was the result of Issue 00 hitting doormats the world over at
If you're reading this then you've probably already come across Mercury Works' Universal Camera project, currently steaming towards a modest $50,000 goal on Kickstarter. When I first came across the project I was intrigued to say the least.