It's difficult to understate Dean Bennici's importance to the world of color infrared photography.
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.
It's wonderful to be able to introduce you today to the wonderful work of film photographer and musician, John Michael Caldwell. Over to you, John! Hi John, what's this picture, then? Alexis in Dripping SpringsNikon FA, Nikon 50mm f/1.4
Today I'm sitting down with Thomas Skrlj (pronounced "Skurl").
Today's guest is based in Sweden and spends his days working as a freelance photographer.
Today we've got a little treat for you in the form of Nik, aka unsavouryandgrouse. Nik's a relatively new film shooter and based in Australia.
Welcome to today's EMULSIVE interview.
Today I'm sitting down with self-proclaimed Canadian Gentleman, Riley Joseph. Slightly more comfortable in his photographer's skin now that he's had the chance to "settle in" to carrying a camera after 17 long years of trying, I'm hoping to
Today we're sitting down with Kwasi Boyd-Bouldin, one half of the co-founding team of LA-based Snapshot Galleria. Kwasi has been documenting the (changing) urban landscape of Los Angeles for more than decade;
We grabbed some time with Alex Kurganov, whom you may remember from his excellent review of Fomapan 400 / Arista EDU ULTRA 400.
It must have been near on a year ago when I first nudged today's interviewee for her time over on Twitter.
Introducing Add to Queue Welcome to the first in what I am hoping will become a series of articles each focusing on a particular YouTube video maker who specialises in film photography. First up is one of my absolute
Today I'm sitting down with Duncan Waldron, life-long photographer both at work and play.
Hailing from "rainy" Germany, todays interviewee is a man of strength, compassion and talent.
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.
Today we've dragged Chuck Miller away from his day job to tell us a bit about himself and his often seen "splitfilm" photography. In case you're not familiar with it, I won't spoil it here.
Darkroom lab owner, photographer, printer and workshop host, Lina Bessonova is one of the busiest interviewees I've had on so far this year.
You may recall today's interviewee from his piece on Kodachrome some time ago.
We all like to dress up now and again but I personally draw the line at stripes, especially if they're red.