I’m incredibly happy to be able to bring you all David Mackay as today’s EMULSIVE interviewee.
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I’m sitting down with Scott D
Today I’m delighted to bring Rob Davie for your intellectual consumption.
It’s that time of week again, time to sit down with another film photographer and find out what makes them tick.
We grabbed some time with Alex Kurganov, whom you may remember from his excellent review of Fomapan 400 / Arista EDU ULTRA 400.
I grabbed some time with Raffael Stiborek 28 year old photographer from Austria.
You may have already seen some of his portrait work flying around the internet but if not, you’re in for a real treat.
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Welcome to EMULSIVE interview 102!
You’ll forgive the week’s break after interview 100, I hope. Well, break over and back to normal here are EMULSIVE HQ – no rest for the wicked.
It’s proving quite tough to introduce today’s interviewee.
Back in mid-May 2016, we invited you all to submit your questions to Ilford Photo for the second in a new series of community interviews here on #EMULSIVE.
In his own words today’s photographer is a fourteen year old colour blind, far sighted and close sighted photographer…who uses film.
With that out of the way, it’s not only time for the latest EMULSIVE interview but also time for
It’s difficult to understate Dean Bennici’s importance to the world of color infrared photography.
Today’s interviewee stumbled into film photography as a result of not wanting to be left out of all the fun that was going on around her.
I’m incredibly glad that she did and I’m sure you will be too, after
No matter how you feel about Holgas, you have to admit that they’re iconic.
Today’s interviewee is a real treat, I’m honoured to me able to introduce you to David Rothschild, a native Virginian photographer an musician with a interesting adoration of naked trees and old houses.
Over to you, David.
When the opportunity came up to grab some time with today’s interviewee, I couldn’t help but fall over myself to grab it with both hands. You see, Robert Marsters is a bit of a conundrum.
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
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.
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.
Certain readers may recognise today’s interviewee as the man behind http://www.nikonf6.net. I prefer to call him John.
A big welcome to Walter Rothwell! Well travelled and widely exhibited, it’s a real pleasure to be able to share the work of such a relented and experienced photographer on these pages.