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EMULSIVE authors and contributors

A big thank you for the time and effort the wonderful folks below have put into thinking about, writing about and generally messing about in the name of film photography; and allowing that to be shared here with the rest of the community.

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Adi W

Aditya/Adi is a hobbyist who enjoys shooting with film. Some of his favorite cameras are the Leica M6, Bessa R2a, Canon EOS 3 and Fuji GA645. Recently he started exploring the world of pinhole photography using the Diana Multi-Pinhole Operator camera. His favorite films are Ilford XP2 Super 400 and HP5 Plus, Fujifilm Neopan Acros 100 and Pro 400H, and Kodak Tri-X 400, Portra 160NC and Ektar 100. Adi is based in Minneapolis, MN with frequent travels to San Francisco, Los Angeles and Chicago. His professional career is in Information Technology, and in his spare time he enjoys playing piano and working out (he has finished 50 half marathons in the US). His photography work has received Honorable Mentions from Curious Camera Competition and Photographer's Forum Spring Photo Contests.

Adib Mufty

Adib Mufty is a Film & TV director, visual conceptualizer and photographer. Being born and raised in Lebanon, a land filled with culture, struggle, and diversity, he decided to show the world his country from his own perspective, rebelling against all preconceived notions, perceptions, and mass media propaganda.

Adrian Vila

My name is Adrian and I'm a Spanish-American photographer currently based in Portland, OR. I was born in the early 80s, but didn't pick up a camera until only a few years ago. It was love at first sight though.

Aislinn Chuahiock

Aivaras Sidla

Photography is my hobby. It lets me see the world differently, to notice small miracles in dull environment, to detach from daily life, to recreate inner balance and to remain constantly positive. To sum up photography is a drug for me, and as I mostly shoot film – this drug costs money. Ha ha. While I don't consider myself "big artist” in terms of my shooting results, I try to be active in photography world in order to: -promote photography as an instrument that enriches personal view to the world - I mean that when you start to shoot you start not to look, but to SEE. World becomes more beautiful place to live. - promote film photography and to encourage new users to enter it. I have twofold reasons for it: a) it beautiful and people should try it b) as a means of “self defence” - more users means longer life of film and film cameras in the market :)

AJ White

Wedding, Portrait & Boudoir. Film & Digital. I'm here for the Tacos!!!

Alastair Bird

Born and raised in Vancouver, Canada, Alastair has been shooting professionally for the last 15 years. Although he uses the latest technology for his commercial work, his personal work is very much ruled by analog technology. This is partly because he is an incurable romantic when it comes to film, but mostly because film is just so much fun.

Alex Kurganov

I'm a self-taught photographer based in Prague, CZ. My favorite subject is landscape, but I tend to photograph whatever captures my eye or imagination.

Alexis Analog

I don’t practice film photography in a professional manner. Which means that to this day I save it for the personal share of my time. So I am not eiher the madman leaving Noe’s Arch, to confront the gale force winds and high waters of the “near end of this world” storm with my racing breaststroke technique…

Allan Silva

Andreas Zieroth

I'm a Berlin based hobby photographer shooting landscapes, traveling, portraits and daily banalities on digital, mobile and of course analog gear. Always curious about shooting unusually or expired film stuff what my sticky fingers can get on. Amazed and happy about that roaring analog occurrences nowadays. So spread the word and shoot film.

Andreea Andrei

My work focuses on social documentary, portraiture and fashion photography sometimes, and seeks to explore the complex relationship between subject and photographer. I'm driven by the curiosity that lies between a real moment that unfolds before your eyes and how you can freeze that moment in a photograph. I'm interested in personal projects that I can relate to. I like to know the person and try to make a deep connection with them before photographing them.

Andrew Bartram

Never stopped using film. Never stopped making darkroom prints. 32 years later I can mostly be found in the Cambridgeshire Fenlands under a darkcloth or with a pinhole camera.

Andrew MacGregor

Shooting film and riding steel. This is the life I always wanted but never knew about. And it’s better than I dreamed of.

Andrew Sanderson

One of the UK’s leading Photographers and a master printer, Andrew has written the definitive book on Night Photography: A Practical Manual; the highly acclaimed Home Photography: Inspiration on Your Doorstep and; is a regular contributor to photographic magazines in the U.K.He is an Ilford Master Printer, and regularly gives workshops to university tutors, students and private individuals. Andrew is recognised as the leading practitioner of the paper negative process and one of the world’s best hand colourists. Examples of both of these techniques can be found in his third book; Hand Colouring and Alternative Darkroom Processes.

Andrew Tonn

Andrew J. Tonn is a photographer, writer, and explorer. He has worked for newspapers as a staff writer and photojournalist and as a documentary reporter partnering with medical and humanitarian relief organizations in Central America, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe, The United States, and South Asia. His work has been shown in numerous exhibitions, featured on ABC News and published by National Geographic Press, National Public Radio, Human Nature, Black and White Magazine, Wired Online Magazine, Minority Rights International and numerous other publications. Tonn is now working on long-term photo-essays concerning migration and public health in the Miskito Coast region of Honduras, El Salvador, and the U.S.-Mexican border as well as a multi-national project on human trafficking. He is based out of Washington D.C. and currently lives in India.

Andrew Walmsley

My name is Andrew Walmsley and I write under the alias of Phlogger, to blog and photograph. A simple man who uses Olympus budget equipment in the digital and film world. Recently hooked on medium format (Bronica) and Kodak Portra.One of the few people who uses only a small computer running Linux to edit my work. I believe in libre (free), being kind and working with others.My main interest is the world of street photography but I like architecture too. I love working with others, whether it's through photography projects or interviewing for my blog.When all said and done I am just an untrained monkey with opposable thumbs.Credit to instinctive photography, showing me with my Bronica.

Andrew Whitehurst

Andrew Whitehurst is a visual effects artist who lives in London. He likes mechanical cameras and film designed before 1955.


24 y/o student, aspiring to be a teacher. When I'm not too shy, I go outside taking pictures of people. I also like landscape photography.

Andy Wasley

I've spent much of the last 13 years in some pretty bland places, so since finding my way into sunlight in 2008 I've had an increasingly nagging interest in recording what I see around me. Luckily my job and my fiancé take me to lots of wonderful places, both in my fabulous homeland, Britain, and further afield. It's good to make up for lost time.

Anil Mistry

Anil Mistry is a creative director and photographer

Ante Prskalo

I'm a Djakovo (Croatia) based amateur photographer, and a member of "Foto-kino klub Djakovo" dedicated to shooting on film. A big fan of Praktica MTL5b which is my main go-to camera. Other than than, very much into cooking/baking, watching quality TV, listening to music of questionable quality and making friends online.

Anthony Chatain

I live and work in France. After 10 years using exclusively digital cameras, I came back to analog photography with the willingness to experiment with different film formats, to slow down my picture taking habits and to renew with this aspect of randomness and delayed discovery of the result inherent to film development.

Antoine Wallet

My name is Antoine, geographer, I currently live in the bustling Saigon. I believe in long exposure, night and street photography. I recently bought a Pentax Spotmatic to try something different.

Antonio Biagiotto

Hailing from Northern Italy, Antonio is a moslty medium format photographer working in 6×7 using his Pentax 67ii. Antonio is as enthusiastic about photography as he is passionate and has an immense body of work, which captures Italy’s beautiful countryside, as well as its urban sprawl.

Antonio Lastoria

Taking my camera out for a walk.

Azikiwe Mohammed

Azikiwe Mohammed graduated from Bard College in 2005 where he studied photography and fine arts. Since then he has shown these things in galleries both nationally and internationally. In 2015 he received the Art Matters Grant, and in 2016 was the recipient of the Rema Hort Mann Emerging Artist Grant. He lives in New York and has his studio at Mana Fine Arts in Jersey City. Photo credit: Erez Horovitz.

Barnaby Nutt

If you google Ian Nutt you get an American football coach. Google Barnaby Nutt and you get me. So I prefer to use the latter for my online stuff. (Barnaby is actually my middle name).I've used film since there was no alternative. I was tempted away by the glittering technological delights of digital, but thanks mainly to 52 Rolls, I'm well and truly back to analogue. It kind of fits with the rest of my lifestyle of bicycles and fine ales. Surprisingly, I don't have a big beard.

Barry "Stardust" Gibb

Benice Shofil

It's Benice, not Bernice. Let's get that straight. I was born in was known as Czechoslovakia in June 1932. My parents were immigrants who named me after the area of Prague where they first met. I studied in both Prague and Leipzig, and spent 50 years working in film, television and theater production. I am thankfully retired and I live in south west Australia with my husband and lovely three dogs.

Benjamin Chan

Amateur analog photographer of mostly street and urban subjects. My preferred film stocks are Kodak Portra 400 and Ilford HP5+.

Björn Berings

My name is Björn Berings. I'm a 33 year old photography enthusiast, based in the Netherlands. I mainly use Fuji X-series cameras, but also work with film on the side.

Brendan Morrison

My name is Brendan Morrison and I am a film photographer based in Bellingham, Washington. I am currently attending Western Washington University pursuing a degree in Graphic Design, but my passion lies in photography. I have been shooting film for just under 2 years after becoming bored with the digital process or lack thereof. I am obsessed with trying out new film stocks and learning the quirks of different cameras. Long live film!

Brit Seel

Costume designer, fashion stylist & singer in Lunar Deception. London life adventures. Founder of Cult Mountain

Bruno Silva

I am a Brazilian photographer based in the city of Campinas, in the countryside of the state of São Paulo. I have been in the branch of photography since 2005, and I specialize in street, landscape and travel photography.Being an enthusiast of film photography, 35mm and medium format, I like to mix analog and digital processes in my production.

Chris Chinnock

I'm a freelance photographer in the UK, shooting events, portraits and commercial work on a DSLR, I enjoying the creative possibilities of both digital and film mediums but when it comes to personal projects then my format of choice is black and white 35mm film which I develop at home.

Christopher Schmidtke

I love taking photographs of people. On film. Yes, they still make film.For all the gear-nerds out there, I use an old Mamiya RB67 medium format camera and a Minolta XD7 for 35mm.I live in Würzburg, Germany and if you want to make some images or have any questions feel free to contact me.

Clara Araujo

22 year-old analog photographer from Brazil, who's been shooting film since 2011. Loves shooting portraits and multiple exposures and is inspired by dreams, nature and people.

Colleen Bryant

Colleen Bryant studied photography at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY. She currently lives in Houston, Texas, teaching art and photography at Robert M. Beren Academy and Glassell Junior School of Art. Her favorite thing to teach to children is the excitement and surprise of film photography.

Craig Pindell

Craig Pindell was born and raised in Cheyenne Wyoming and has lived most of his life in Wyoming. His work has allowed him to travel and photograph extensively throughout Wyoming, the United States, Canada and Australia. Craig is a certified (and likely certifiable) long distance motorcycle rider.


Instant Film Photography! Hi there! We are Damian & Sandra We are from sunny Singapore & photography is our hobby

Dan K

Dan K is a lifelong photography enthusiast and film camera collector. He has published numerous articles on and other photography blogs and has a chatty twitter blog @ZDP189 (link below).

Daniel J. Schneider

Film photographer and journalist. Web developer and projects producer for the Denver Post. Bigtime nerd; into tech, science, nature and comic books.

Daniel Marinelli

My name is Dan Marinelli. I am from San Diego, CA... where I work as a registered nurse and if I'm not working I'm either surfing, climbing/hiking or reading a book.…

Daniel Tim

Daniel Tim lives in Helsinki, Finland and “rediscovered” film at the beginning of 2015 after a break of many years. Firmly hooked on shooting and pushing black and white films that puts even EMULSIVE to shame.

Daphne Schnitzer

Daphne Schnitzer is an ex-lecturer in modern Literature, a Sumi-e lover and an enthusiastic, some would say obsessive, pinhole photographer whose path always seem to lead to a harbor to shoot seascapes from, be it in Israel or in France (so far). She uses various pinhole cameras, sporting either pins or zone plates, in both medium and large format, but is especially partial to 6x6 images captured on Kodak Portra 400 or Ektar 100 film.

Darren Kelland

I am primarily a film photographer and like many people I started shooting with film when I was much younger. I didn't really fall in love with photography then though – that came much later.When I am taking photographs I look for simplicity. I want to find two or three elements that interact with each other. I don't like clutter so I try to strip out anything that I consider unnecessary. I love minimalism and black and white is better than colour for this purpose.

Dave Varo

I suppose I’m a born again photographer, having come back to the art about 10 years ago after a gap of around 25 years. I use both digital and analogue media, as I think both have their uses. I also develop all my own black and white film, and also print black and white in the darkroom, as I don’t think that digital black and white prints have the same quality as silver gelatin ones. I think I’ve got a bad case of GAS, as in the last two years since I started using film I’ve amassed 11 cameras, from 35mm through to 5x4.

David Henderson

I started taking photographs in 1978, using a Kodak Instamatic. Progressing to a new Kiev 4a in 1981. I soon found that I spent more and more time taking photographs; I find it helps me relax. I don't see myself as an artist, just a recorder of scenes which appeal to me. I try to make my shots as good as possible. I'm mostly known for my railway photography, although I do find myself drawn to all kinds of things these days. Using older cameras, from the 1950s and earlier, is something I find very rewarding (when they work properly), but I do have a fondness for the Minolta Dynax system!

David Hume

David Hume is an Australian visual artist. He is best known for abstract landscapes of the Australian Outback. He has also worked as a commercial editorial photographer for over 25 years, and held a number of photographic exhibitions. His current project is a re-examination of the work of Cezanne, combining both painting and photography.

David Toman

I'm a self-described "socially adept introvert" for whom photography is my favorite form of interaction with others. Born in New York, I lived most of my life in Taiwan and now reside in California. Former athlete, former translator, lifelong photographer.

Dee Elegia

A Scottish self-taught analog/mixed media artist; I’m now a proud ‘jock’ living in Manchester. Creating with tangible imagery is what really drives and inspires me. I spend most days in my darkroom. I’ve been very humbled to have my work exhibited and published internationally. (My Dad thinks I’m ace).

denys trofimchuk

My name is Denys Trofimchuk, I am a Brooklyn, NY based photographer. I am originally from Ukraine, but have been living in United States for the last 7 years. I started shooting film 2 years ago with Holga TLR, because I was in a rut - creatively - and lost my passion. Now about 70% of my work is shot on film, mostly Arista 400- cause shooting it in bulk is cheap! I do portraits, models tests and some personal work, mostly street and documentary. My little camera collection includes Bronica ETRSi, Canonet QL19, Nikkormat FTN and Fujifilm X Pro 1 for the digital work ( this camera made me love digital again and i highly recommend it to those, who lust for digi Leica). I develop and scan my own film, mostly with Adox Adonal and EpsonV 600.

Dizzy Cow

Pure and simple, I chase the light and take images of just about anything that catches my fancy, no matter the genre. I am all about finding those gold nugget moments in life and capturing them through photography.

Don Kittle

I'm Don Kittle and I am a freelance photographer based in Toronto, Canada. I love connecting with people and learning of their lives. Photography is a great venue for doing this and it helps to bring out the real you in your photographs.My love of nature is featuring more and more in my photographs. As you'll see in the portraits gallery, I really enjoy getting people out in nature and photographing them in dramatic settings.

Donna Macauley

Donna Macauley has had a camera in her hand since childhood. At home in the woods, Donna started photographing landscapes and macro on film. Currently, she shoots both digital and film, determining which medium works best for the subject and finished image she wants to create.

Ed Worthington

By day a mild mannered office worker, by other days a mild mannered street/landscape photographer and film obsessive. from Cardiff in the UK. Lover of all things glass, brass and old leather smelling.

Eddie Malin

Eddie Mallin is a Dublin based photographer who missed the digital revolution and has continued to use film for all his photographic needs since the early 80's. He uses Nikon Hasselblad and Holga cameras on monochrome film mainly and is known by the tag "monosnaps". A book on his native city "Dublin A Photographic Essay" was published in 2016.

Edward Conde

Photographer in Los Angeles, California observing life, one frame at a time.

Edwin Monico

Founder and once Editor-In-Chief of Sodapop Magazine. Currently, living in the Kanagawa Prefecture of Japan, working on his street photography and eating his way through ramen. You can find him at Yakitori joints eating beef parts and chicken hearts.


Self confessed film-freak and film photography mad-obsessive and OVERLORD at I push, pull, shoot, boil and burn film everyday, and I want to share what I learn.

Erik Gould

Erik Gould was born and raised in upstate New York, and now lives in Pawtucket, Rhode Island with his wife and young daughter. He is the museum photographer for the Museum of Art at the Rhode Island School of Design.

Ethan Moses

My name is Ethan, I buy and sell photographic, scientific, and industrial equipment professionally. I have taken pictures as a hobby for much more than half my life. I love to build things, cameras in particular, and industrial electronics. I am amazed and humbled by the growing community of great photographers doing great work on the internet.

Etienne Despois

My name is Etienne, I just turned 37 and I’m still doing film photos! I love the idea to take time and not shoot as much as you can ‘till you get the result you’d like. Shooting films obliges you to think before and to be patient waiting for the result (the patience becomes something that is being lost nowadays…).

Eugene Keogh

For as long as I can remember I always wanted to be some sort of photographer. A friend's father gave me an enlarger and a box of darkroom stuff when I was a teenager and that was it, I was hooked.

Fabian Schmid

Fabian Schmid is a photographer from Bern, Switzerland, with an emphasis on travel, landscape and editorial photography. Ever since he started off in photography, travel and the encounters on his travels have been his primary source of inspiration. It was also what brought him into photography in the first place. He has shifted his focus from digital back to analog photography during the last few years. It’s the distinct look, the colors and – perhaps most importantly – the slowing down in the process that fascinate and motivate him. He works with small, medium and large format film, mainly with a Hasselblad 503 CW and a Leica M6 rangefinder camera. A while ago, he got into darkroom printing and now offers a carefully curated selection of hand-made fine art prints for purchase. Besides working on personal projects, he takes on commissioned photography work in various fields.

Fabien Seguin

I was born and educated in France. I left France about 10 years ago, after which I lived in India, China, Canada, Morocco and Taiwan, working as a teacher or studying. Today I work for the radio in Taipei. I'm also a published writer (short stories, novels, poems).

Frank H. Wu

Frank H. Wu started shooting on film at the age of five, in suburban Detroit circa 1972. He made a Quaker Oats pinhole camera. But he pursued other professions and hobbies, and he only recently returned to photography. His writing has appeared in the New York Times, Washington Post, LA Times, Chicago Tribune, Huffington Post, and many other outlets, and his images are on display at the Microsoft Theatre LA Live venue.

Gerhard Reininger

I returned to shooting film to slow down after the usual digital detour. Fumbling around with film feels like sidestepping off the highways of life on which we are being pushed along in constant acceleration. And it feels good, on one side.On the other side film can drive you crazy. The whole process has so many traps that you can step into and that can easily spoil all your efforts to create good photographs. And scanning negatives is just a pain in the ass.My website shows film and (some) digital work. My photography. The results of my efforts.

Gianluca Bevacqua

Gianluca is a fine art photographer based in the beautiful South of Italy. and runs

Graeme Jago

Probably not who you think it is...

Grégoire Huret

Grégoire Huret is a self-taught photographer passionate about street photography and 35mm cameras.Through his photographs, he’s taking a sincere look at the life that surrounds him by capturing on black and white film, spontaneous situations.Without manipulating the reality, his photographs shows lonely characters in graphic decors where contrast and grain strengthening his quest for authenticity.

Hamish Gill

I started taking photos at the age of 9. Since then I've taken photos for a hobby, sold cameras for a living, and for the last decade I've been a professional photographer. I run

Henry J. McCracken

Astronomer at l'Institute d'Astrophysique de Paris. Interested in all kinds of images.

Holger Feroudj

Howard Xiaopeng

Xiaopeng, Howard, or XP, is a professional English-Portuguese translator of a global news service. He has also been managing a small office while working primarily as a photojournalist in Africa.Howard shot his first roll of B&W film at the age of 5, received his first digital camera in 2005, fell in love with analog photography after achieving merit recently in his formal education in photography in University of Hawaii.

Ian Bartlett

Despite having been around for half a hundred years, shooting images for at least 30 of those, I would say that I haven't settled on a single genre of photography. I call myself a landscape photographer, and this will always be my calling, because my formative years were spent in the hills of northern England, but, as you can see from my timeline, I turn my lens on a wide range of subjects. I think this is a 'good thing'. Heartened to see that my eldest teenager is now getting into this art form (and she has quite an eye), so something has rubbed off. Another good thing.

Ian Christie

Ian Christie is a landscape photographer from Kincardine Ontario, Canada.

Ian Fleming

Love photography, music, science, cycling, radio, stop frame animation, food, oh and red wine.

Ignacio Gomez Sales

Spanish photographer based in Paris in love with film photography

Ioana Tăut

Isabel Curdes

Like a kid I see and feel magic and beauty everywhere - there are mysteries behind every bend in the road, behind each tree in the forest or beyond old church walls, there is beauty among the shells on the beach, in the clouds above and the waves below, there is magic in the storm, the fog and the sunshine. I can float through ephemeral daydreams, walk through that mysterious realm which is often dark, silent and solitary, but can also be dreamy, soft and subtle, whatever I want and need it to be - a timeless place where I can be myself or whatever I want to be..."just beyond reality".

Ivan Mendez

Iván Méndez nació en Bonao, República Dominicana. Es ingeniero mecánico de profesión, luminotécnico y fotógrafo por pasión.Hace una decena de años estructura y echa a andar su proyecto FoToGrAfIkA, con el fin primario de construir historias fotográficas y dialogar con su contexto.

Ivan Pilov

I'm an Israel-based photographer whose two main interests in photography are streets and film. When I'm not shooting I work as an informal education teacher and translator. The unpredictability of both street genre and film is what ignites my imagination and leads me to the new discoveries.

Jacob Firsel

I am a tour guide and writer living in Israel. I got back into photography when doing the photos for my book. I bought a Pentax Spotmatic and some film about six years ago because it was my first serious camera I used in 1971. Now I have more than 20 film cameras. Serious G.A.S., I guess. 

Jacopo Brancati

Jacopo Brancati, born in 1966, is a photographer and journalist specializing in maritime history and ethnology. After obtaining a Political Sciences master’s degree at the University of Genoa, he oriented his photographic approach towards ethnology and social sciences. He is a correspondent for the French magazine Chasse-Marée and for the Italian Arte Navale.Associate member of the International Council of Maritime Museums, he carries out projects exploring the activities of seafaring people in their environment under different historical and geographical perspectives for the European maritime museums.His aim is to contribute to the study, protection and enhancement of European maritime cultural heritage. Its photographic works have been exhibited in France, Finland, Italy.

Jake Bryant

Jake is a British photographer based in the UK and California. He is self-represented taking clients on a limited basis.

James Cockroft

Absurdist poetry, phonography & photography of dubious quality, quotes taken out of context, and other randomness to help jam esc, or at least esc jam.

James Gifford-Mead

I work as a Professional photographer during the week but during my spare time for fun and pleasure, I like to shoot with film.

James Grundy

James Grundy took up photography at the age of 15 when he would sneak out of home with his parents’ camera underarm. His style is largely street photography with a documentary narrative and focuses on life on the streets of the world. He regularly updates his photos and projects at

James Horrobin

Leeds (UK) based large format photographer. If you want a large format portrait just let me know and we'll have a chat.

James King

UK based office dweller who'd rather be travelling, taking photos or rock climbing.

James Silvester

My name is James Silvester, I am someone who enjoys photography and travel as an escape. Orginally from England, I lived in Canada for 8 years and now I live in Uppsala, Sweden.

Jan Priess

Expressing yourself using slow and analouge photography techniques using pinhole cameras is a very inspiring and creative hobby I like to follow and to develop further. In real life I live and work as a chemist in Basel, Switzerland.

Jarrod Hills

Father of one, high school teacher, car guy, taker of pictures.

Jascha Oakes

Jason Lane

I am an optical engineer by profession, specializing in optical lens design. Pictoriographica sort of founded itself when word got out that I was making dry plates available to others. The community has been very supportive, and I'm happy to share the wonder of dry plate with all the great folks interested in trying them out.

Jean-Christophe Wiart

Jens Kotlenga

I am an educator by profession, a traveller by choice and a photographer by heart. I picked up photography from my parents and started doing commercial work in my teens, photographing at proms and weddings to earn pocket money. After graduating from high school I could not make up my mind to pursue photography as a career. I opted for degrees in English literature and History instead.

Joan Sorolla

I was born in 1956 in Terrassa (Catalonia). I have a Degree in Teaching (UAB), Art History (UB) and Master in Design and Development of Interactive Multimedia Systems (UPC).I start working professionally in photography in “POPULAR 1″ rock magazine (Barcelona) in the early 80’s as a photojournalist, in the field of rock concerts and musicians interviews during 1980-82. After this first period I focused my professional work in teaching art history but without leaving photography. However it has been since 2010 that I’ve taken up photography intensely again. I have held several exhibitions, both individual and collective. Now I'm working with my second photobook.

Joe Longobardi

Joe Longobardi is a photographer, writer, musician, and illustrator. Since 2008, he has been working professionally as a documentary and street photographer. Joe attended The Art Institute of Boston where he studied graphic design and Illustration. He was also a founding member of the recording and touring Metal band Attika releasing several album in the U.S, Europe and Japan.

Joe Pitz

Fine Art Photographer, I shoot film and digital. I try not to limit myself to one topic or genre. I try to shoot many topics and subjects. Anything from studio still life to street photography. I feel that not limiting myself is quite refreshing and stimulates creativity.Most of my images are Black and White as I feel this medium creates very stunning images.“Color is beautiful, but black and white inspires your soul”

Joffrey Carpentier

I live in Besançon, east of France. I am a psychiatrist and photographer.

John Whitmore

UK photographer, shooting on film because I’m drawn to the pace, tangibility and aesthetics. B&W Landscape and documentary photography are what I generally pursue but always like to experiment with different subjects, films and processes.

Jonas Lundström

#enjoyfilm and let the film community grow and prosper! me? known to some as the incident guy. shoot film, be happy~ read my woes as a new Mac user at #macdiary

Jonathan Bahlmann

Sometimes I take photographs to keep up with my imagination, sometimes I take photographs because I don't have any of it. I've been doing that for a little while now and I still feel like I'm at the very beginning of my (well documented) journey.

Joy Celine Asto

Joy Celine Asto is a writer, aspiring photographer, and part-time traveler from Manila, Philippines. She finds bliss in exploring the world around her and documenting them in photos and stories. She runs on caffeine, lives on books, savors good music, and thrives in everything creative.

Juan Gauna

Argentine photographer. I work in various branches of photography: creative, editorial, fashion, product, advertising, social, etc. Taking artistic and analog photography as personal development and cable to ground in this digital world. I am currently working freelance.

Kathleen Johnson

Kathleen Johnson is a World Traveler, Outdoors Adventurer, Research Scientist and Photographer. She has been making photographs since childhood, but began serious photography as an undergraduate taking her first B&W photography class, and renewed an interest in B&W while living in Monterey, California, studying photography at Monterey Peninsula College. Kathleen’s preferred subjects are: Landscapes and Architecture. She makes silver prints in her own home darkroom.

Kayla Medica

Kayla is from Sydney Australia, but spends her time working and travelling around Japan. She's a fan of plants, hiking, and film.

Keivan Cadinouche

French-Mauritian photographer who has long evolved into the world of advertising, Keivan Cadinouche is passionate of images and travel. For nearly 15 years, he worked on the theme of "insularity and timelessness" with playground the Indian Ocean islands of Rodrigues, Seychelles, Madagascar, Zanzibar, Mauritius, Reunion ...Fascinated by the analog black and white, he made his trademark. This approach allows him to return to the source, to the roots, to the light and give expression to the alchemy of silver crystals on the film. It takes a look uncompromisingly captures slices of life, out of the box and goes beyond the clichés.

Kikie Wilkins

I am primarily a film photographer living in the Sonoran Desert city of Tucson, Arizona. I am a self-taught photographer who has been fortunate to be able to work and collaborate with accomplished professional photographers. I’m a believer in using the camera or photographic process that brings you the most enjoyment and allows you to express your creativity. My work combines the elements of street photography with an engrained reverie for cultural and architectural monuments.

Kilian Idsinga

Kornelije Sajler

Black and white film photography, medium format, Mamiya RZ67 and Fuji G(S)W690. Ilford, Adox, Rollei films, those that still support and make film with passion.

Lauri Johan Lind

I'm a Finnish film photographer who has lived in Mallorca, Spain for 18 years, I have been shooting film for a year and my other hobbies are classic cars and cycling.

Lisa DeShantz-Cook

My name is Lisa DeShantz-Cook. I’m a writer and editor, live in Michigan just outside of Detroit half the year and on Lake Michigan on the western side of the state the other half. Photos here were taken on a Pentax K1000, Minolta SRT-102, and Olympus Pens (original and EE3); films used are Kodak Gold Max 400, Ektar 100, Agfa 200, Lomography Lomochrome Purple (shot at 200). My personal writing, photography and some poetry is at

Lorraine Healy

Lorraine Healy, is the author of “Tricks With A Plastic Wonder”, an eBook manual on the Holga camera.A native of Argentina and long-time US resident, she is an avid traveler still willing to haul insane amounts of film wherever she goes.Her website is, and her Holga book is available at

Louis Sousa

I live in Bristol, Rhode Island and the sea is a big part of my life. I have sailed on it and swum in it and fished in it and it is the inspiration for much of my photography. At times I yearn for more variation, but its call yields solemnity to my complex life. I have 2 daughters and one wonderful and loving wife.

Lucy Wainwright

Lucy Wainwright is a trainee art therapist and amateur photographer based in Derbyshire in the UK.

Ludwig Hagelstein

I´m Ludwig Hagelstein, a 23 year old college student and photographer based in Bamberg, Germany. Photography, especially chemical photography with all its aspects is my passion, and avocation. I do various portrait and editorial jobs for small magazines and clients; both on film and digitally. I also very much enjoy darkroom printing on silver gelatin paper and the chemical intricacies that come along with it. To put it short: I love photography and everything that comes with it, except maybe the back pain you get if you go hiking with a Mamiya RB67.

Luis Barrancos

I'm a software developer and shader writer, working in the computer graphics for visual effects / animation industry. Originally from Portugal I've been traveling around the Asia Pacific region since 2010, and have settled in Malaysia for the time being. My first camera was a Bilora Bella 66 that my grandpa gave me over 30 years ago. After a long interlude, in which I dealt only with digital cameras and workflow, I realized a break from digital image processing would be a good experience. And here i am, with that feeling that you're back to the roots, back home, and thinking about darkroom printing again.

Madalina Chilici

My name is Madalina Chilici, and in the social media environment I am active under the name Madeline where I share my analog photographies. I love travelling, discovering new places through my photos. I prefer analog photography as the results seem way much more intimate and real compared to digital one.

Madison Somerville

Madison Somerville is a film photographer based in Austin, TX. She moved to Austin to pursue a degree in fine art photography at the University of Texas, from which she graduated in 2014. Although photography and darkroom activities take up most of her time, she also enjoys gardening, listening to records and reading. Her greatest and most avid supporter is her better half, Kyle, a musician active in the Austin rock scene and one of her favorite subjects. While people and portraits remain endlessly fascinating, she has plans to photograph various object "portraits" in the coming months.

Mads Madison

Malcolm Myers

I have been interested in photography for about 35 years and I now have a decent collection of cameras, both film and digital. My main interest has always been taking portraits of friends and family but I have done some landscape photography on my travels. I enjoy developing my own film and used to spend ages in a darkroom printing my black and white photos. I've never been a professional but I have done a few weddings for friends.

Manoel Almeida

Marco Calemme

Born and raised in Naples, Italy, I moved to Paris a couple of years ago for a PhD, and then stayed. Photography is a "creative escape" from my daily routine that I enjoy more and more.

Mark Brown

My name is Mark Brown and I hate writing bios! Grew up shooting digital cameras but started dabbling in film in 2010 and now shoot it almost exclusively. I live in New Brunswick, Canada with my wife and two young boys. I'm even crazier about cars than I am about photography. Most of my work gets shared on my Flickr.

Marta Beltowska

Marta is a Swedish photographer of Polish descent currently based in London.Curious about people, collaborating to tell stories. Working on long and short term projects, for herself and for others alike. Shoots stills and video.

Martin Banas

I started to become interested in photography and soon joined the photography school in the town I live in. Several months after that I bought my first real analog camera, and this started the beautiful journey discovering the potential of the analog media. I shoot mostly black and white and currently more on the instant media such as Polaroid Originals film. When I have time I like to spend it in my darkroom-bathroom. 

Martin Jeffery

Film photographer in the North of England documenting modern life and family experiences.

Martin Smith

Massimiliano Acanfora

Alla ricerca dell'equilibrio e della serenità. Sempre in positivo. Forse.

Matthew Parry

Im an amateur photographer, almost exclusively film, with a thing for fixed lens rangefinders.

Matthew Seal

Mauro Pastore

It was in 1979 when I fell in love with photography. At the beginning of 1982 I caught the occasion to enter the world of professional photography as an assistant of Franco Bottino. Many years passed away, but I am still passionate as the first day.

Michael C. Duke

Michael C. Duke is a journalist and street photographer based in Houston, Texas. He works in both digital and analog film formats, and has taught photography workshops for children and adults. Whether teaching, traveling on assignment or documenting his own community, Duke approaches photography as a means of storytelling.

Michael Rennie

My name is Michael Rennie, I'm a film obsessed photographer from Fife, Scotland. I shoot everything from half frame to large format and I’m keen to collaborate with any other film geeks at home (Scotland) or worldwide, please get in touch if you're interested! I enjoy the freedom that shooting film brings to photography, compose, expose and onto the next shot. I love the pride that comes from making great images with cameras most people would throw in the bin.

Mila Galinova

Paris-based, hobby photographer; lover of beauty; that friend who brings 3 cameras with them just for a stroll around town.

Milan Juza

Passionate about B&W photography in all its forms. #LoveFilm.


Engineer & Luddite Photographer | Drawing about being a film photographer

Montague Fendt

My name is Montague, I was born in picturesque Basel, Switzerland. I moved to Beijing in 2003 where I live and work as a director for film and advertising. In my personal photography work I only ever work on film. Lately I travel around Europe with my Chamonix 45n2 camera and shoot experimental large format.

Neil Piper

I am a photographer, photography instructor and camera collector based in the east of the United Kingdom. I started shooting film in about 2013 after realising that using digital cameras held no interest to me. It wasn’t until I started my Masters degree that I realised that it wasn’t always the subject that I was shooting that was important to me, more the method of capture. Even the fact that I was using film wasn’t a huge deal – it was the actual cameras that I was using.Electronic technology all got pushed to the wayside in favour of the mechanically operated. The Olympus OM-1, Kodak Brownie Six-20, Olympus Trip 35, Mamiya 4b…amongst many, many others…I now shoot much of my work using home made or custom commissioned pinhole cameras, developing my own colour and black and white film and paper negatives.

Nick Orloff

Shooting film on and off since I was 13 (I'm now 55) and happily playing with digital as well.

Oliver Grimm

In the middle of my forties I'm some kind of late bloomer. Photography itself came to me in a very strong episode of a clinical depression 2015. Soon this kind of distraction became my second great passion in life—through the viewfinder I saw the whole world in a new and exciting way. I'm shooting whatever catches my attention.

Olli Thomson

I photograph the world I find myself in. That world changes every two or three years so I'm always starting again, discovering somewhere new, evolving my photographic style. I am a photographer of places, most often urban spaces. I am drawn to architecture and design, whether on the grand scale of palaces, churches and skyscrapers or the reassuringly mundane office and apartment blocks of suburbia.

Paul Bradshaw

Originally from England, Paul has worked in Hong Kong as a photographer and designer for the last 13 years. During this time, his business projects have involved working with international luxury brands. However, for his personal work he likes to get far from the world of glossy commercialism and produce raw, gritty and true images. He often uses fast 35mm black and white film with mechanical camera gear; the compact size and manual operation of this equipment allows images to be made quickly and instinctively, even under challenging conditions.

Paul Lewis

Raised in Cleethorpes in the United Kingdom, I am a practising documentary photography, film historian/critic and lecturer. I have been fascinated with photography for as long as I can remember and particularly enjoy shooting street photography in my free time.

Paul Margolis

Paul Margolis first picked up a camera at the age of 9. He is a largely self-taught documentary and fine art photographer whose subjects include people living on the margins of society, vanishing Americana, historic architecture, and the vibrancy of life on New York City’s streets.

Paul McKay

Paul McKay is a salesman by day and a film photographer at all other times. He lives between Switzerland and the UK, is married with a house rabbit (NB: not TO a house rabbit) and is the founder of Analogue Wonderland. His favourite camera is the Olympus OM-1, his favourite film is Kodak Portra 160, and his favourite sport is basketball.

Paul Petch

I’m an Auckland & Christchurch based New Zealand photographer, storyteller, writer & tutor who loves challenging the status quo.

Perry J. Resnick

Perry J. Resnick is a film and digital photographer currently residing in the Seattle WA area of the United States. He is a self proclaimed visual observer, in search of light, shapes, texture and lines used to create interesting images.

Perry Liston

22 year old photographer based in Southeastern Connecticut.

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.

Philipp Wortmann

I'm huge film photography enthusiast myself and I've been shooting 35mm film exclusively for the last 3 or so years. I guess my work sits somewhere around the genres of travel, reportage and documentary photography.

Pierluigi Tolu

When I’m out shooting, everything from my daily life is magically erased; I’m completely immersed in the photographic world, and nothing else. It’s a sort of parallel world that has the ability to relax me and free my mind. It’s something magical….

Rana Yalcın

I'm Rana Yalcin. I used to live in Istanbul, but know I live and shoot in Maryland. I started shooting film two years ago with a camera that my grandfather gave me. I learned how to use it because I thought it looked cool. Yes, I started shooting film because of it but it turned out to be so much more than that. I still learn new stuff about film everyday and I’m loving it.

Raymond van Mil

Raymond van Mil is a freelance photographer & Dutch VICE photo editor — Polaroid, analog, and digital work!

Rebecca Joyce

ebecca Joyce (British, b. 1980) is a fine art photographer focusing primarily on the urban landscape. While in university, Joyce began working in a photo lab where she learned the technical side of photography and printing. This job would become an unexpected career in the photographic industry. Joyce holds degrees in Psychology and Sociology—specializing in theory, research, and statistics—and is a self-taught photographer. She works primarily in black and white and her work explores the concepts of conflict, nostalgia, and duality.

Renato Valenzuela Jr

I'm a photographer by craft. I've landed the occasional gig, but I like it best when I shoot for myself. For times when I don't, most gigs come in the way of live music or events. I recently went back to my roots and returned to 35mm film, the medium that I learned with.

Ribnar Mazumdar

Wasting film since God knows when! An expert on practically nothing.

Richard Pickup

Photographer. Educator. Passionate about prints, darkroom and digital.

Rick Davy

I shoot real & vivid. No tweaks...

Rob Davie

Rob is a photographer and writer living in York, UK. He loves film and film cameras and wishes he had more time to get out and use them! Rob is currently working on his first book entitled "Nowhere To Go" investigating the feelings associated with depression through photographs and written pieces.

Rob Hawthorn

London based photographer, shooting people and places. Love to experiment, love to use old gear. 90% film, 10% digital.

Robert Marsters

I am a creative artist with a strong background in print media, photography, package design, tablet and smartphone application development using Mag+. Currently accepting business opportunities on a freelance and independent basis. Thank you for taking a peek at some of the work I've helped produce.

Robert Versteegen

I shoot film because it gives more than just digital clicking and looking on the back screen, it slows you down, you have to take photographs more carefully. I’am not a hot shot or a great photographer but I like it very much, to experiment to search for the unexpected in common subjects. in the early 2000 i went over to digital but lately, I got the viral infection of film and darkroom again.

Roger Harrison

These days I mostly shoot film, especially with a Hasselblad 503CX and various 35mm cameras, including Olympus SLRs, a couple of Olympus rangefinders, a Contax G1 and various others. I also use a Crown Graphic 5x4.Seascapes tend to dominate my photographs. I blame my father for this, as it was his obsession I inherited. I live in Barry, a seaside town in the Vale of Glamorgan, Wales. There are 3 beaches within a short walk of my home, each with its own distinct character and, most importantly from my point of view, its own light.Capturing that light on film has become my obsession.

Roger Wojahn

Roger Wojahn is a composer, music producer, photographer and surfer living in Mar Vista, CA. His work encompasses both the narrative of his travels and his unique take on the So Cal lifestyle and beach culture. You'll find him somewhere near the ocean, camera in hand.

Roy Fochtman

Russell Jones Davis

By day I am a primary school teacher and by even earlier morning I am an avid landscape photographer. I primarily shoot film with my true favourite being medium format. I love my Mamiya Pro TL matched with ILFORD Delta 100 or Fuji Velvia 50.

Sam Naylor

Sam travels all over for work and always has a camera with him for fun - film or digital, colour or monochrome.

Sam Sanchez

Samuelle Marionne „Sam“ Sanchez is a Filipino visual communicator, graphic designer, film photographer, and digital cinematographer based in the city of Bauhaus, Dessau-Roßlau. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Communication Arts from the University of the Philippines Mindanao and a master’s degree in Integrated Design from the Anhalt University of Applied Sciences. He is known to work in the intersection of humanities and sciences, with his hybrid and unorthodox methods in practicing design, photography, and cinematography.

Sandeep Sumal

London and South East England based amateur film photographer. I enjoy wandering with my camera seeing what the world has to offer and how I can capture it. Oh and biscuits, I enjoy biscuits.

Sara and Gonçalo (Brothers on Film)

We are Sara and Gonçalo. Twin Brothers. The love for photography started a few years ago in high school the same way for both. For Sara it became more serious when she decided to make a living from it. The will to experiment film has a common denominator, the Praktica MTL5B from our father. After a few films we thought it might be time to share our experiments.

Sarah Arnoff

Sarah Arnoff Yeoman is a documentary, portrait/wedding and travel photographer based in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Scott Hays

Scott McClarin

I don't subscribe to any one technology or specific camera system for image creation, after all it's about the image and the emotion shared or discovered, but I do prefer hand made prints from a darkroom for the enjoyment of the artifact of expression as much as the Image expressed.

Scott Micciche

I am a hobbyist film photographer based out of Sacramento, California.

Shaun La

Shaun La is a photographer & writer. Starting off with the medium of photography at the age of 18 (20 years ago) with a Minolta Hi-Matic & 135 film, the desire to see the moment became a way to envision the possibilities in wanting to be a timer awaiting to see if he could photograph more moments.His photography extends into fashion, street, photojournalism, landscape, still-life & candid realities — still utilizing film cameras only, 135 & medium-format film. As a writer, he has penned numerous essays on various topics, which has been published by the Amsterdam News, the Baltimore Sun, Afro-Punk, Camera Obscura & other media outlets. Currently he is working on his book, "The Perpetual Intellectual View Called Photography: Essays," & putting together the building blocks for an upcoming exhibition on his Photography.

Shawn Mozmode

I am a photographer from the Rust Belt of the United States that creates images in an effort to tell dramatic and comedic stories. My narratives are often brought to life through individual as well as sequenced portraits.

Shihchien Chang / 張十七

Shihchien Chang (張十七), an amateur Leica M user who believes in f/5.6 and the decisive moments of daily life.

Simeon Smith

Simeon Smith is a freelance digital creative with an analogue heart. He lives and works in South Wales with his family and pet tortoise, and carries a 1938 Leica IIIa with him at all times. He has been called a hipster, but when such comments are made he just ignores them and wipes the coldbrew coffee from his waxed mustache nonchalantly.

Simon King

Simon is a London based photographer and photojournalist. His style is minimalist, but always contains elements of a narrative. He is currently working on long term personal projects, and has started to apply a film workflow to some of his personal work. He also photographs professionally, and will be working on applying film methods starting with his fashion commissions and expanding from there when appropriate.

Sina Farhat

I am a freelance photographer that enjoys challenges and discovering my world in photos! I teach photograpy and in my spare time I enjoy analog photography.

Stephen Dowling

I’m a New Zealand journalist who has been living in London since the early 1990s. I got seriously into film photography in the year 2000, and have been running the blog Kosmo Foto since 2012. In 2017, I launched my first film, Kosmo Foto Mono. On weekends you can usually find me padding round south-east London with a camera in hand.

Stephen Schaub

Stephen Schaub is an artist, inventor, teacher and revolutionary whose artworks have been featured throughout the United States and abroad. He is the founder of , which since 2006 has promoted film and hybrid photographic techniques. He has done product testing for most major photographic companies and was one of Polaroid's featured artists.

Steven J Parkes

I enjoy taking photos of a variety of subjects so there is a spread of those across this website and my Flickr pages.After reading many books, the main thing I have learnt is photography is subjective, so I make no apology for any images that you consider to be poor.I take photos with digital cameras, film cameras and telephones, with a particular like for film, I just wish I did more of it.

Stian-René Espeland

My name is Stian , Norwegian born and bred in the great year of 86. I've spent most of my life sailing all over the world on merchant vessels, but the last three years I've been working on the coast of Norway. When I started working on the Norwegian coast I was struck by the beauty of it and I wanted to capture it all in photos so I bought my self a digital camera and learned how to use it. When my grandmother passed a year later I inherited a photo album. I was amazed at seeing these beautiful and "unperfect" black and white pictures of her as a teenager and I started thinking about how few real photos there were of me and my family to leave behind. I started the search for a vintage camera as I also wanted to make real pictures to leave behind, and this led me down the maelstrom that is analog photography. Which again has led me to this point...

Stig Starr

No relation. Just a guy from Liverpool who loves cameras, photography, art and music especially vinyl. Every picture tells a story don't it ?

Svein Olav Humberset

I am a 36 year old photograper from Norway. Started out shooting sports with digital gear, and slowly but surely the 4-500 shots I came home with after each game started eating parts of my soul. So to counter my souleating, I started looking towards analog cameras and the slow process that makes you feel that YOU took that shot, and not the camera. The last 2 years I have shot as much film I could and have been on the search for the perfect camera for me. So far the RB67 (or RZ67) are in the lead.

Taylor Elwood

Thomas Ruschel

Tim Bergstrom

Guy with a boring day job but an interesting collection of cameras who occasionally pulls off a halfway decent shot.

Tim Dobbs

I'm Tim and a Printer by trade but have had a lifelong love of photography. I have been taking photographs for over 30 years and fun, informal portraits are my passion. I have a varied portfolio and I am open to any commissions and willing to travel. You can also track my 52 rolls project progress here:

Tim Heubeck

My ultimate purpose in photography is to show the world how it looks through my eyes while capturing a timeless feel of the world. It is less about how things we are familiar look like, than moreover with what lays beyond the surface. Experiences, memories and encounters forming our life and consequently who we are.

Timothy Gilbert

Timothy Gilbert processed his first roll of film in the eighth grade and was later a photographer for his high school yearbook and newspaper. His career in photography was short-circuited by his equally strong interest in computers and engineering. He holds a MS degree in engineering; served four years in the USAF and has worked in numerous engineering roles for fortune 500 companies. Tired of the big corporate grind, he founded JEM Innovation sixteen years ago to focus on embedded processing and product development.

Tobias Eriksson

I am a freelance illustrator living in Lysekil, Sweden.

Tobias Key

I am a photographer based in Chichester in the UK. I shoot portraits, wedding and commercial work for clients throughout the South East of England. I shoot digital for work and film for fun.

Toby Van de Velde

After 13 years as a local news staff photographer, with a healthy little freelance business on the side, I have now launched into the world of the full-time freelancer. This blog will document the highs and lows of my photographic way of life as I talk about work, cameras, lunch, and anything else that I encounter along the way to capturing that ‘decisive moment’. Watch out for posts on my personal projects as well, with pinhole cameras, photograms, infrared photography, and the wonders of 1950’s era cameras.

Todd Reed

Mechanical Engineer, who loves film photography, and develops all my film at home. I use 35mm, 120 format and 4x5 large format cameras in a hybrid workflow.

Tom Rayfield

Photographer with a passion for shooting (and developing) medium format film.

Toni Skokovic

I am a Toronto, Canada, based enthusiast photographer. Railroads and nature have always fascinated me, a strange combo. With a lack of drawing talent, photography is the only way for me to attempt at capturing what I see and how I feel about the world around me. I have discovered film photography just recently (2015). To me, film offers unique ways to extend creative possibilities and build more technical discipline.

Tony Cearns

After a long career in Industry and Commerce, Tony Cearns is a now a postgraduate student in philosophy looking into questions concerning aesthetics and language. He writes about photography and runs a blog on the aesthetics of street photography at

Vincent Moschetti

I'm Vincent, a French photographer. One day, I woke up and decided to sell all my digital cameras and commit to film for at least a year. Since then I got the film bug and the project One Year With Film Only has turned into On Film Only. I suffer from a severe G.A.S. but not really looking forward to get cured.

Virgil Roger

I'm a young, self-taught photographer, inexorably drawn to analog grain and black and white prints. Geometry soothes me while people rather scare me, I see the world as a multitude of details, sounds and images, and can't seem to shoot color. Coffee and HP5+ fuel me, always a camera by my side.

Walter Rothwell

Walter has exhibited in Britain, Europe and the USA and has work held in private collections and the collection of the Bibliothèque Nationale de France. He is a member of the Street Photography International collective.


Film waster, Instax lover, cheating with digital once in a while. I believe in photos that you can hold in your hands.All instax in my tweets are my own.

Wyman Pattee

A retired engineer with a passion for photography. I have been shooting since my first Kodak Brownie camera back in the ‘60s, but things really accelerated when I got a Pentax SP-1000 for my sixteenth birthday. My career in the auto industry took me across Canada and back, with my cameras following along the whole time.

Yan Preston

I’m a British-Chinese artist based in West Yorkshire, UK. I was born in central China and trained in Clinical Medicine there. I worked as an anaesthetist in Shanghai before moving to the UK in 2005. That’s when I decided to become a photographer. I was an amateur photographer in China but to turn it into a career was the biggest decision I have made so far.

Yusuf Wiryonoputro

Landscape lover and a full time programmer based in Indonesia.

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