"Shooting film and riding steel framed bikes; the life I wanted but never knew existed".
It's rumoured that today's interviewee spends so much time on the water because he was sent by an ancient subsea civilization to spy on us dry-landers using German glass and 6x7 format cameras.
Today I'm speaking with Chuck Baker, whom some of you will know as the mad genius brains behind the The Brownie Camera page.
Welcome back for another interview!
We're back again and this time we're sitting down with Craig Pindell, native of Cheyenne, Wyoming and (mostly) 8x10 nut philosopher.
We're back for another look into the mind of a film photographer.
Today we managed to wedge ourselves into the hectic life of Bill McCarroll;
This week I'm sitting down with Lee Fennings, a UK-based digital shooter, now just starting to shoot 35mm with his beautiful reconditioned Olympus Trip 35. Lee's a rather strange beast as far as digital street photographers go;
Here we are with another interview for you all. This time we're sitting down with the incredibly passionate Antonio Biagiotti. Hailing from Northern Italy, Antonio is a moslty medium format photographer working in 6x7 using his Pentax 67ii.
Today I'm very happy to have the opportunity to interview the incredibly enthusiastic Sprocket-Shooting-Swede, Jonas Lundström! Jonas is a bit of a force of nature when it comes to experimenting with and talking about film and I'm looking forward to
Today we're sitting down with the one and only Jennifer Henriksen, or as you may better know her, mastermind and overlord of Holga Week, HolgaJen. Here you go, Jen.
Week 3 has flown in, which means another interview and another unwilling victim ecstatic guest to grill. I'm very, very pleased to have been able to grab some time with the venerable Roger Ballen;
Week 2 has rolled on in, so that means another fresh face to talk to about their perspectives on film. Today we're very pleased to share the thoughts of Ron Ritz, MD;
Welcome to the first in a new series of interviews here at EMULSIVE I think you'll find the format rather refreshing, if possibly a little strange.