There's a sense of good will and camaraderie in the film photography community that's hard to beat.
If you believe when today's photographer says he's only been shooting film for the past four or five years, you're in the minority.
If you spend any time checking out landscape photographers online - especially if you've been eyeing up 6x17 format photography - you will no doubt have come across the work of today's interviewee, Jeremy Calow.
We're lucky to have perpetual film photographer R E Hengsterman with us today - you can call him Rob if you're nice. Rob has a lot to say...a LOT to say, so grab a cup of coffee or cold jug
Chris Maliga's work has been displayed up and down the US. His work is haunting, can be claustrophobic and often leaves the viewer with a feeling of an image half seen or absorbed.
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;
Today we're sitting down with film photographer Jamelle Bouie.
Based in the Scottish Highlands, today's interviewee gets about a bit, and I don't just mean island hopping in the Scottish seas.
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.
The eagle-eyed amongst you will recognise today's interviewee from his excellent and much-discussed review of the Bronica GS-1 system; as well as the beautiful images which accompany it.
Today we're sitting down with Arizona based history buff and urban art aficionado, Andrew Hutchinson. Andrew is a man seemingly obsessed with rich, saturated color and light...beautiful light.
I've been looking forward to this for a while and in fact...that's all I'm going to say about it.
We're back for another look into the mind of a film photographer.
35mm, medium format, large format...today's interviewee takes it all in his stride, shooting developing and printing everything himself as he goes. Oh, and he's into year two of an ongoing large format 365 project.
Thoughtful, measured and contemplative are just three words you can use to describe the approach of today's interviewee, Erik Gould.
We're here today with landscape photographer Johann Bottos, Italian native but (for the time being), settled in Austria Not to diminish the wonderful images and narrative below but Johan is what one might call a little nutty about mountains. Over
I'm delighted to bring you the work and words of Corinne Perry, a talented British film photographer with a particular motivation. There's much much more to delve into below, so I'll sign off until a bit later. Over to you
I'm incredibly happy to be able to bring you all David Mackay as today's EMULSIVE interviewee.
If you remember 2017's Mamiya C220 TLR review, or spend any time at all with the wonderful film photography community on Twitter, then you'll be more than familiar with today's interviewee, Ian Bartlett. I'm looking forward to this!
I'm a huge fan of today's interviewee, he's responsible for some of the most beautiful slide film landscape photography posted on EMULSIVE this year through his two guest post on working with slide film and eliminating the infamous Fuji Velvia