Today’s interview is a bit of a treat, as well as a precursor for things to come.
Have we got a treat in store for you today.
I’m pleased to be able to bring you the words and photography of Gareth Buckett, Australian-based film and digital photographer;
Creative, experimental, quirky and always evolving.
It’s a pleasure to be able to bring you Lilly Schwartz or @blaurebell, as she’s know on Twitter for today’s interview. Lilly is a true film photography hero.
I’m happy to finally bring you an interview with the mind behind black and white Instax photography before there was Instax Mini Monochrome!
Today I’m very pleased to be able to bring you the thoughts and photography of one of the youngest members of the film photography community on Twitter. He’s talented, enthusiastic and above all else, passionate about film.
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.
Welcome one and all!
Anyone who’s been paying attention to the heart of the film photography community over on Twitter should have heard of today’s interviewee by now.
Probably known as much for his Analog Monthly blog posts, as he is for his silly Twitter name (what is a faulty flip flap, anyway?), I’m pleased to be able to finish of 2016’s EMULSIVE interviews with the one and
Welcome one and all!
Instant obsessive or instantly obsessed? I’ve had a hard time pigeon holing today’s interviewee and after much thought, I’ve decided that honour should be left to you, dear readers.
Alex Luyckx. For me it’s a name synonymous with an irascible passion for film.
I’m hoping you remember today’s interviewee from his wonderful contributed article discussing the importance and impact of effective visualisation for film photographers. If you haven’t read it yet head on over, we’ll wait.
Today we’re very lucky to be able to sit down and pull on a few film photography threads with Robert Verteegen, Eindhoven, NL native and shooter of so-called ordinary things.
As you’ll have probably guessed from the slightly altered headline above, this isn’t going to be your run-of-the-mill EMULSIVE interview.
It’s a little difficult to introduce today’s interviewee without resorting to superlatives. I’ve tried and failed. What I will say is that his images evoke feelings of peace and serenity.
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
If you’ve not come across today’s interviewee before, you’re in for a treat.