Five Frames With Minolta X-700 And FPP’s Slow Iso Color Film (1.6 iso) By Lorraine Healy The lovely people at the Film Photography Project sent me some ultra slow iso film last year, some of their color and black & white stock. I shot this particular roll of 1.6iso color in August, during the lovely […]
Last January, Steve Dowling of Kosmo Foto, wrote an intriguing post about a Moscow-based film store that was repackaging old emulsions and selling them out of their store. The story, however, was in the actual packaging of these films: labels and wrappings with a flair that catches the eye and makes one want the film […]
I have been shooting Todd Schlemmer’s wonderful TerraPin OSKAR 6×9 pinhole camera since January.
When I was writing my eBook on the Holga cameras, I made the assumption that I would be covering as many Holga models as I could get my hands on—medium format Holgas, that is.
The first time I saw EM’s “Secret Santa” idea was just before Christmas 2015 and, whether because I was fairly new to EMULSIVE, or because I was too thick to comprehend a wonderful concept, I didn’t sign up.
Regular contributor Lorraine Healy is back, this time with a comparison of CineStill’s 800T against the mighty Fuji 800 of yesteryear that was also recently featured in the Lomography Magazine (details for the curious are below.
The LCA 120 camera is part of the LCA family of cameras, but I believe it is the only one which is a creation of the Lomography Society and not a reworking of the old U.S.S.R .
In October 2015 I spent 10 days in Morocco with a small group of photographers led by Lee Frost, the renowned English landscape photographer.