ADOX SILVERMAX 100 is one of my favorite black and white films. The tonal range is extremely wide, and if exposed properly the imagery is free of grain. I used my sublime Carl Zeiss Distagon T* 35mm f/1.4 ZM lens for the first time with a film camera. Using this lens with the Leica M3 […]
A few months ago, from intrigue, I ordered a bevvy of different types of Washi film. There are two types at the moment. One type is made from delicate Japanese paper. The other type is a hand-rolled sound recording film. I have intentions on writing an article for EMULSIVE from my experience with the paper-based […]
This week I happily received a shipment of 10 rolls of this much anticipated film stock. This first roll was shot in early afternoon on a day with cloudy sun.
This is my first use of Lomography Earl Grey 100.
You may recall the scene below from Rear Window (1954).
I’ll keep this short.
I’d like to present a ten-step process that may help you to obtain beauty from disaster (as I did below).