Author: Philip Harrison

Phil spent 25 years as a professional photographer after leaving Photographic College in the mid 1970’s. In his early years, he worked as a medical photographer, based in a hospital in the north of the UK and later came upon a change of direction to industrial photography and film/TV production. In the late 90’s Phil gave up professional photography and trained as a Train Guard, retiring a few years ago. He mainly uses "standard" lenses (50mm/80mm/150mm depending on format) with his cameras. He feels this makes him work harder and the resultant images are better. He doesn't specialise with his photography, enjoying photographing anything that appeals.

A word on: Cinestill 800T (35mm) – by Phil Harrison

I thought CineStillFilm 800T would be a fun film to try and used my Leica M2 and Summarit-M 50mm f2.5 lens (with lens hood) to shoot a roll in and around the Manchester Art Museum, Rylands Library and the surrounds.

Film stock review: a first look at FILM FERRANIA P30® Alpha

UPDATE: Scott Micciche has published part one and part two of his extensive FERRNIA P30 Alpha tests. EMULSIVE: As film photography practitioners, you'll hopefully be familiar with the release of FILM Ferrania's FERRANIA P30®Alpha 35mm black and white film
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