With nearly 2000 articles and over 1.2 million words to sift through, EMULSIVE is one of the most comprehensive resources for film and analogue photography on the web and grows every single day.

If you’re new to EMULSIVE, the curated collections of articles below should help get you oriented with some of the amazing content written by a community of authors (and me).

~ EM

The basics: film cameras, stocks and gear reviews

Trying to learn more about a specific photographic film, a film camera or an accessory? This curated collection of articles is the best place to start. You’ll find extensive film stock reviews with push/pull, native/cross/reversal processing, in-depth camera and gear reviews.

Films, cameras, backs, straps, lenses and more. It’s all covered here.

Film camera

Film stock



Intermediate skills: become a master of the dark(room) arts

Guides on developing your own film, film development times for extreme push processing, introductions to darkroom printing.

If you like doing it in the dark, check out the collections below to get your fix(er).

Darkroom printing

Film development times

Community: Interviews and film parties

There are over 200 interviews on EMULSIVE. You’ll find interviews with film photographers of all ages, levels of experience and degrees of fame and infamy. On top of that, there are interviews with analogue industry figures and organisations, from ILFORD to Kodak Alaris and CineStill to Lomography.

Finally, if that’s not enough, a new series, “In Conversation With…” talks to labs and other service providers about their businesses and the current state of the industry.

Photographer interviews

Community interviews

In conversation

Film parties

Inspiration: photo sets, stories and photography

This collection of articles shows of photography by yours truly, photosets and stories submitted by the EMULSIVE community, and “5 Frames…” – a series of short form articles showing off five frames of the same film taken with the same camera and lens in conjunction with Hamish Gill over at 35mmc.com.

5 Frames…

My photography:
110 to 4×5 format

Photosets and stories