Traveling with film, shooting in Rajasthan – by Jelle Vonk

Travelling to unknown places makes you feel alive. Experiencing new things in a new environment makes your heart pumping.

Nothing to lose… My Indian road trip – by Bernard Lim

“I have nothing to lose.” This was what I thought to myself before clicking on the button that subsequently led me on a solo trip to Delhi and North India in July 2018. 2018 started off slow.

2017 travelogue retrospective: part 2 – Europe and beyond – by...

Welcome to part two of my 2017 travelogue retrospective. In part one, I promised I'd be back with photos from Denmark, Switzerland, Spain, Vietnam and maybe more.

Travelogue: Hong Kong by Edwin Monico

I am a huge fan of EMULSIVE.org. I spend a lot of time reading and sifting through it.  It’s one of my favorite websites for film photography.  I travel a lot and I even download pages when I am traveling

2017 travelogue retrospective: part 1 – Europe by Fabian Schmid

My parents split up when I was a little kid and ever since, we would go on vacation twice as often, as both my mother and my father took us somewhere separately.

Diario di viaggio: Viaggio d’inverno in Finlandia

English version: https://emulsive.org/articles/travelogue/winter-voyage-to-finland-aka-extreme-cold-weather-photography-jacopo-brancati Sono un etnologo e un fotografo specializzato in questioni marittime. Da molto tempo mi focalizzo sulla comunità dei marittimi in Europa.

Travelogue: Hong Kong – Luis Barrancos

I was visiting Hong Kong again after some years, and was caught by how the city's landscape had changed during that time.

Travelogue: Winter Voyage to Finland aka extreme cold weather photography

I am an ethnologist and a photographer specialised in maritime matters based in France;

Travelogue: Australia part three – Tasmania

Today we're welcoming Sarah Arnoff back with part three of her Australian travelogue.

Travelogue: Bordeaux – Paul Schofield

One of the best things about going on holiday is having the time to roam around with a camera in unfamiliar surroundings. I sometimes struggle to find a fresh perspective at home so going somewhere different is always inspiring.

Travelogue: Australia part two – Brisbane

Today we're welcoming Sarah Arnoff back with part two of her Australian travelogue.

Travelogue: Australia part one – Sydney – by Sarah Arnoff

My husband and I are neither whimsical nor methodical about where we decide to travel.

Mumbai Part 4: In which one requires a proportionate response

MUMBAI--India cannot be forced. India will not adapt to you. I am still learning the pattern and subtexts of interactions and could continue to learn them for several lifetimes to come.

Mumbai 03: Heat tempered

MUMBAI-Nothing comes easily in India. At times it feels as if everything from the bureaucracy to nature itself is out to thwart whatever you are trying to do.

Travelogue: Lisbonne, de la Saudade à la modernité.

Lisbonne est l'une des villes préférées des touristes Français. Ca tombe bien pour moi qui était à la fois l'un et l'autre, durant l'été 2013.

Travelogue: Lisbon, a Saudade to modernity

Lisbon is a favorite city destination of French tourists. That's good for me, as I happen to be French was and a tourist there during the summer of 2013.

Travelogue: Cuba – Joffrey Carpentier

"The cars hiss by my window Like the waves down on the beach The cars hiss by my window Like the waves down on the beach" ~ The Doors   I got this Doors tune in head as I found

Travelogue: Antelope Island State Park with the Ferrania Rondine box camera

My aunt picked me up a 1948 Ferrania Rondine box camera (127 format!) at a yard sale a while back and it's been used sparingly over the years, mostly sitting on a shelf in my house gathering dust. I don't

Mumbai 02 : The world is changed

MUMBAI--I have a memory etched into my personal history, one I recall to remind myself of something. I was in Honduras on a nine month assignment with a medical relief NGO.

Travelogue: Moroccan autumn – Lorraine Healy

In October 2015 I spent 10 days in Morocco with a small group of photographers led by Lee Frost, the renowned English landscape photographer.