I’ve been shooting film for over 45 years having shot my first roll of infrared film back in the 80’s. This type of film and others are getting impossible to find these days, recently saw a roll of Infrared for sale for $300 on eBay. I have been saving a couple rolls in my fridge […]
The Luck gas station is a roadside landmark on North Carolina 209 is the crossroad of Luck. It is the halfway point between Hot Springs and Lake Junaluska. Despite no real parking area, this is likely the most photographed building on NC 209. In this case, I had my wife let me hop out of […]
I recently revisited the Delta 3200 datasheets looking for recommendations to get less grainy results than with Rodinal-type developers. I was intrigued to see that if I used ILFORD ILFOTEC DD-X, there was the option to push all the way to EI 25000. I thought I’d give it a try… The first hurdle: Find a […]
ADOX CMS 20 II is a microfilm. No other film is sharper, no other film is more fine-grained, no other film resolves more lines per mm (up to 800 l/mm). If used in pictorial photography the film achieves 20 ASA of usable speed in ADOTECH developer…thus reads the product brief from ADOX. I have tried […]
The past 15 years or so have not been easy for film photographers: Most photo labs have closed their doors, major brands no longer manufacture analog cameras, and the few remaining repair shops are all but out of parts.
To my eye, there’s something special about portrait photographers. At the very least, photographers who take portraits. As readers will know, that particular photographic niche evades me with all its might.
Today’s interviewee is a real treat.
Today we’re sitting down with 23-year old Nick Skinner from Newcastle in the North East of England.
Nick’s been shooting film for about two years and has a rather interesting background which, as you’ll see, imparts itself onto his photography
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?
It’s one of my happiest