It's that time of the week again and today we're sitting down with Italian Niccolò Bianchi (no, not the heir to the bicycle manufacturer...I think). Niccolò's been shooting film for around 5 years and is now firmly entrenched in
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.
Certain readers may recognise today's interviewee as the man behind www.nikonf6.net. I prefer to call him John.
Today I'm speaking with Chuck Baker, whom some of you will know as the mad genius brains behind the The Brownie Camera page.
UPDATE: The EMULSIVE x Kodak Alaris Community Interview is now live at: https://emulsive.org/articles/community-interviews/emulsive-x-kodak-alaris-community-interview-results-time. Head on over to see the results. It's time to introduce the third in our series of EMULSIVE Community Interviews and if the two previous interviews
It's a real pleasure to be able to bring you today's interviewee, Toni Skokovic.
Welcome, welcome to Adam J White, aka Twitter's @burlapandlight. You may remember Adam from his Return to film piece here on EMULSIVE back in February.
Grab a tall drink and make yourself comfortable. It's time for a little look into the journey of Jon Wilkening, producer and purveyor of the strangest and most mesmerizing pinhole photography I've ever been lucky enough to see - this
Welcome to EMULSIVE interview #202! Today I'm featuring the work and words of Wendy Gunderson, lawyer, photographer, community builder and serial website creator to name a few.
Week 3 has flown in, which means another interview and another unwilling victim ecstatic guest to grill. I'm very, very pleased to have been able to grab some time with the venerable Roger Ballen;
Welcome to today's EMULSIVE interview.
We managed to grab some time with Damien Mountain Woods, Australian and recent film convert.
If you're a regular reader, you'll be familiar with today's interviewee's Finding Film series here on EMULSIVE.
Today we're talking to Australian Nick Prideaux, transplanted to Bangkok after an extended stint in Tokyo for the past five years. I guess you could call Nick a purist for the most part.
We grabbed some time to bring you the thoughts and images of Seth Harwood, South Dakotan and night shooter extraordinaire. There's plenty of stunning work for you to absorb below, so without further ado, it's over to Seth.
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
I've been looking forward to this for a while and in fact...that's all I'm going to say about it.