I have had the will to try out CineStill 800T for a long time but never had the chance to do so until recently. Indeed I moved to Vienna, and in Vienna is an old amusement park called Prater. Its entry is free and it’s a great place to get those neon lights that work […]
Author Archives: Maxime Evangelista
Maxime Evangelista, wanabee Photographer. I picked up my first camera about 10 years ago, through experimenting and research my love for this art kept growing! First I started with an automatic digital camera then started using manual settings and lastly going back in time to take on analog photography! As I developed my photographic eye and technique throughout the years my will to continue grew. Now I mostly use analog, I fell in love with the different effects, grain and the endless possibilities it gives!
Film stock review: LomoChrome Metropolis XR 100-400 in 35mm and 120 format – A new color negative favorite
In 2019 Lomography announced the launch of a Kickstarter campaign to fund a brand new film emulsion: LomoChrome Metropolis XR100-400.
5 Frames… With Astrum Svema BW FOTO 200 (EI 200 / 35mm format / Pentax Spotmatic SP II)
A few months back I was shopping for some film in Les Ateliers de Marinette, a great film store in Lyon France which has a massive choice of film and which also sells some rare expired film. I was originally looking for some Kosmofoto Mono 100 but couldn’t find any. I asked the seller and […]
Shooting 100-year-old black and white film: Primor B2 Panchromatisch
“Where in god’s name did he find 100-year-old film?”, you might be asking yourself. Well I recently went to Budapest, Hungary for a vacation with some friends. During our stay, we happened to stumble upon a flea market on Gozsdu Udvar, a beautiful little street filled with bars and restaurants. One of the stands caught […]
My first Impressions with the Bronica ETRSi
I was recently tempted to get into medium format more seriously and began around looking for the camera that would allow me to do so.
5 Frames… With ILFORD Delta 3200 Professional at night (EI 6400 / 35mm format / Minolta SRT100x)
I had never pushed film before but upon my arrival on a recent trip to Dublin, Ireland I thought I would try my luck with some old-fashioned analog night photography.