I’m a dreamer. I believe the power of photographs can change America, and I have proof it’s possible.
My name is Tim Heubeck and I am photographer based in Germany. You may be familiar with my work under the name of wasteoffilm.
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
Tokyo is one of my favourite cities and I was keen to produce a series of photos exploring what makes it such a special place.
The mixture of different cultural elements and influences in Japan’s capital city seems to have
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.
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 8×10 Kickstarter
Quiet rural towns offer little in the form of excitement for those stricken with terminal misbehaviour.
I’m a photographer.
I don’t know how long I have been calling myself that for, and for how long I’ve deserved it — if only I even deserve it.
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
I’ve lived in Manchester now for roughly two and half years, having relocated from Scotland to work on my photography full-time.
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.
Spend any appreciable amount of time talking about film photography on Twitter and sooner or later you’ll come into contact with AndaM, AKA @BeRadiant.
Now it seems that Anda’s finally gotten around to putting on her first solo exhibition and
Unless you’ve been living under a rock (or in a darkroom) for the past few months, you’ll have at least a fleeting awareness of Let’s Explore Magazine and the hard work of Kilian Idsinga to bring this amazing project screaming
Introducing Cuba, an exhibition of Jo’s original 16” x 20” limited edition silver gelatin prints, printed by Jo Farrell for her new exhibition, which runs in Hong Kong From November 15-28th 2015 – only a few days left.
I’m taking time out today to take a look at Los Angeles-based Snapshot Galleria, a film photography zine co-founded by Kwasi Boyd-Bouldin and Erwin Recinos.
Relationships that are established by geometry, and then, gesture and light, those are often the hallmarks of a successful photograph.
We’re incredibly pleased to be able to talk to you about Joseph Gamble’s new quasi-photographic retrospective, which kicked off on