I am always ready to try something new. So, when I came across an advertisement somewhere on the Internet for adapters that make a 35mm film usable in a medium format camera, I lept at it. The idea is great: it results in a completely different kind of picture because on the one hand the […]
On the hunt for alternatives to the almighty Kodak Tri-X, I stumbled upon the APX 400 from Agfaphoto. The story of the company is quite complicated, but from what I understand, the films are still being made in Belgium. Which also happens to also be where I live. One more reason to try this one. […]
I’m so pleased to be able to bring you today’s fresh film photographer interview with none other than Nat Meier. If you’ve spent any time at all on the Twitter film photography community over the past few months, you should be no stranger to Nat’s wonderful photography of San Francisco and beyond. For now, it’s […]
I’ve shot Agfa Vista Plus 200 for the longest time. It’s a film that’s neutral but with punchy colours and great midtones. To me, it always felt like a faster, slightly more neutral version of Kodak’s Ektar 100. The highlights always had a tendency of being blown out, but I always fixed that in post […]
It’s time for the latest EMULSIVE interview and today’s victim subject is no slouch.
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’s the final part of this amazing series of listcles.
This article covers making and experimenting with redscale film at home.
I’d been scouring eBay for an Olympus MJU-II cameras for ages.