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It was always going to come to this point. With compact cameras that sport prime lenses, even though the image quality is as it should be, the photographer is limited to a single set focal length.
Update 02: 2018-09-20 If you're anything like me, you've probably wondered how many fresh film stocks are still in production and available for purchase today.
It has been a couple of months since my first post, on Why I Shoot Film, and I thought that now would be a great time to provide an update.
January 27th 2016. Let that date burn into your memory. The was the first time today's interviewee and I first made email contact.
It's a pleasure to be able to bring you all the work and words of Joy Celine Asto, whom some of you may remember from her article introducing Manila back at the top of 2017.
Shrimping Shot on Agfa Vista Plus 200 at EI 200 Color negative film in 35mm format Read the Agfa Vista Plus 200 review
Welcome to the fourth lazy-post of the end of year season here at EMULSIVE.
Hello and welcome to another fresh EMULSIVE interview, today with Toby Van de Velde, freelance photographer based in the south of England.
There's a sense of good will and camaraderie in the film photography community that's hard to beat.
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
Thermoplastic Agfa Vista Plus 200 shot at EI 200 Color negative film in 35mm format Read the Agfa Vista Plus 200 review
Eastern skies Agfa Vista Plus 200 shot at EI 200 Color negative film in 35mm format Read the Agfa Vista Plus 200 review
Today we're sitting down with She Shoots Film founding member and Film Shooters Collective contributor, Lucy Wainright. Lucy has a wonderful mix of styles that sit somewhere between playful, abstract and experimental.
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.
Welcome to this week’s EMULSIVE interview, featuring the thoughts and photography of Chris Wood, recent convert (is that the right phrase?), to film photography. Over to you, Chris What’s this picture, then? Jellyfish It’s one of my happiest
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;
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