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Film review: The magic of TMZ – Kodak T-MAX P3200

Have you ever wondered if magic is real or not? Well, I can tell you that it is, and somehow, Kodak has managed to...

Book: A place to be – by Tim Heubeck

My name is Tim Heubeck and I am a photographer based in Germany. I run a website and Instagram channel; all under...

Embracing winter conditions in my film photography workflow

Winter 2018 was when I really buckled down and took black and white photography seriously, as a response to a few uninspiring...

Say hello to the LEGO Nikon F3, the new "plastic fantastic"...

Christmas has come early for LEGO fans and film photographers alike in the form of the LEGO Nikon F3 created by Ethan...

Building a point and shoot 6×17 camera: the TwoFourths DIY camera...

In 2016 I decided to back the TwoFourths DIY 617 Kickstarter project, paying about $185 for a kit that would let me...

The mighty Salyut-S; Or how I learned to love a Hasselbladski

While there were a number of different models made - see below - the Soviet copy of Hasselblad's 1600F modular camera is...

A love letter to motion pictures

My grandma would introduce me to her friends as "James the photographer" and I would whisper under my breath "'I'm a filmmaker,...

Camera review: 14 years with the “invisible” Nikon FM3a

In January 2006, after 5 or so years of film photography with a combination of cheaper cameras (e.g., a Minolta SRT-101, a...

It's OFFICIAL: Kodak EKTACHROME E100 is out in 120 and 4×5...

UPDATE 03: Updated pricing of US$9.99/$49.95 for 1x/5x 120 rolls and $39.95 per box of 4x5 has been provided by the Film...

A complete guide to the Mamiya RZ67, part three: lenses, filters...

Welcome back to part three of this guide. We've already covered a deep overview of the Mamiya RZ67 Professional system as well...

Canada Post loses $1,500 of Super 8 film documenting lost Tsuut'ina...

Imagine sending your film off for development, receiving a tracking code for its return leg and then being handed an empty envelope...

Comparing Fujifilm NEOPAN 100 ACROS II to original ACROS. What's the...

Understandably, I was very excited to hear the news of Fujifilm bringing back NEOPAN 100 ACROS in the form of ACROS II...

Three things Bill Murray can teach you about street photography

A man walks up to a couple at a restaurant, takes one of their french fries right from the table, eats it,...

Reflex film camera suffers further setbacks, lens ready for production

The team behind the Reflex film camera took to Kickstarter today with troubling news of further setbacks and an uncertain future for...

UPDATE: Fujifilm NEOPAN 100 ACROS II shipping November 22nd in 35mm...

UPDATE: Pricing released (see below) According to a press release just published on Fujifilm's Japanese corporate website, new Fujifilm...

Good news: Kodak’s film business grew 21% in Q3 2019

A simple bullet point in Eastman Kodak Company's November 7th Q3 2019 earnings press release brings good news for film shooters everywhere. Kodak's film...

Essay: What happened to ‘Girl Gaze’?

The concept of a ‘gaze’ is not new to photography. In the 1970’s art critics and theorists like John Berger and Laura...

Add to Queue: interviewing Ben Horne (No.2)

I first interviewed Ben for EMULSIVE in 2016. He was, perhaps predictably, an absolute pleasure to work with and I really enjoyed...

New from ILFORD: 35mm and 120 ortho films, MULTIGRADE papers, camera...

One important voice has been missing from the crowd of new film announcements these past few years, that of 140 year-old ILFORD...

Greta Thunberg: capturing the voice of the 21st century using 150-year-old...

The call came in on the afternoon of Monday 7th October. Shane Balkowitsch would have little under 24 hours to plan a 15-minute wet plate photoshoot with Greta Thunberg at Standing Rock. Naturally, the first thing he did after getting off the phone was to start packing his studio up into the back of his truck — including his portable darkroom.