35mm, medium format, instant and Large format; they're all fair game for today's interviewee, Andrew Bartram.
Well this is a spot of luck. We're sitting down today with Kilian Idsinga, a relative newcomer to the world of film photography and someone that you may well have heard a little about over these past few months.
Today's interviewee needs no introduction. I'm adamant about this. Over to you, Hamish! Fine.
Today's guest is based in Sweden and spends his days working as a freelance photographer.
Today we're welcoming a nomad into the EMULSIVE fold. Our interviewee hitch-hikes, hops trains and treks his way across America (and elsewhere across the globe).
Justin Rhody is part photographer, part musician, part travel-nut and polymath is the first word that springs to mind when you see the breadth of his body of work and consider his hectic schedule. You may already be familiar with
Today's interviewee is a new media journalist in one of the prettiest parts of the grand old U. S. of A.
Thoughtful, measured and contemplative are just three words you can use to describe the approach of today's interviewee, Erik Gould.
We've been rather lucky in snatching some time with the one and only Jo Farrell, whom you may know from her long running project, Living History: Bound Feet. Jo has spent the past nine years getting to know and capturing
Haunting, ethereal, dark, primal.
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're handing over this week's interviews to focus on some of the folk behind Snapshot Galleria, a quarterly film photography 'zine from a collective of L.A. based photographers.
I've managed to drag today's interviewee away from his workshop for a few minutes on the promise that he's returned as soon as possible.
Seriously, what is it about Large Format photography that makes me want to literally dive in to an image?
Director and travel junkie Shikha Makan is today's interviewee and what an interesting character she is. After Kodak closed its doors in India, a friend handed her hundreds (yes, hundreds), of rolls of expired Kodak Ektachrome.
We're incredibly pleased to have gotten some time to talk with Andrea Taurisano about his reasons for shooting film and the evolution his photography has undergone in the 30 or so years that's he's been latched to his various film
Considered, methodological, quiet, contemplative. Today's film photographer isn't someone you'll likely see running after the next shot.
Today we're sitting down with Mike Fraser, Toronto-based photographer, cancer researcher and all round globe-trotting nice guy. Mike works in film of all formats, as well as the occasional foray into digital.
Some of us take up a photographic study of a particular form of photography; perhaps focusing on macro images, animals, insects, portraiture.
Here we are again for a sit-down with another film photographer.