Fujifilm Japan has just announced the global discontinuation of Fujichrome Velvia 50 slide film in 4×5″ and 8×10″ large formats, and 120 format Fujicolor 160NS Professional colour negative film. Coming hot on the heels of the July 2021 ban of the sale and processing of Fujichrome Velvia 100 in the United States, the notice is effective […]
Say hello to Andrea Bianchi; Surfer, extreme sports photographer, photo editor and portraitist based in one of the most beautiful parts of the world. Andrea and I have been crossing paths for 18 months now and I’m glad to finally be able to bring his interview to you. Settle in, this is going to be […]
With winter bearing down upon us, my family and I visited the Roger Williams Park Botanical Center in Providence, RI USA for a little weather respite. My family brought sketch pads and watercolor paints; I brought a roll of Fuji Velvia 50, a Nikon FM2, a Nikon 105mm f/2.8 AI-s Micro-Nikkor macro lens, and a […]
I’m getting back to my “summer experiment” -– testing medium format slide film. This time I’d like to share results from FujiFilm Velvia 50. Why do I call it “testing”? Because in my 9 years experience of shooting film, I tried slide film for the first time only this spring. Slide film is still a novelty […]
I set out this Spring and Summer to do a comparative test of Kodak EKTACHROME E100 and Fujifilm Fujichrome Velvia 50 (RVP50). In my lifetime experience with film (going back to childhood), I’ve mostly shot slide film, and we had those traditional slide shows with Family and Friends because my mother used the original EKTACHROME from […]
My favourite thing about film photography is the different ‘personalities’ that exist in individual film stocks. I have shot lots of ILFORD black and white and Kodak Portra and a little Ektar 100, each has its own quirks and peculiarities – and to be honest, I haven’t yet come across a film stock that I […]
OK folks, buckle up for a flight over the Grand Canyon, it’s time to interview Alan Brock.
I think there’s a pretty big misconception about shooting slide film. We’ve all heard the stories about how slide film is ridiculously hard to shoot, that if you’re off on your exposure by just a small amount that your highlights will either be blown away or everything will be a murky detail void shadow. Maybe […]
Welcome to 2020 here on EMULSIVE! I hope you all had a peaceful ringing in of the new year. For my part, I was in bed ten minutes after the fireworks finished. I’m pleased to be able to kick off the year off with my first film photographer interview of 2020: number 210 to be […]
There are a few days left for 2019 but fingers crossed, it’s the first year for quite some time where we haven’t seen one or more film discontinued – great, isn’t it? In fact, we’ve seen somewhere in the region of three new film stocks announced AND released – ILFORD ORTHO PLUS, Fujifilm NEOPAN 100 […]
My travel assignments require me to create strong imagery that can be quickly and seamlessly integrated into a digital workflow, which is why my primary work camera is almost always a digital body. While I love the consistently excellent results that I have been able to get with digital cameras, I have missed the beautiful […]
If you spend any time checking out landscape photographers online – especially if you’ve been eyeing up 6×17 format photography – you will no doubt have come across the work of today’s interviewee, Jeremy Calow.
To take you on this journey, I’m sharing with you my contact sheets and pulling out a few of the finished photographs from each.
To the analogue landscape photographer, choosing one’s film stock is one of the most crucial steps in the creative process.
Welcome to EMULSIVE interview #195 and film photographer David Jazay, Berlin-based urban and rural photographer.
It’s an interesting read ahead, so I’ll bow out and pass you over to David.
Hi David, what’s this picture, then?
Antique Shops and
Shot on Fuji Velvia 50 (RVP 50) at EI 50
Color reversal (slide) film in 120 format shot as 6×4.5
Shot on Fuji Velvia 50 (RVP 50) at EI 50
Color reversal (slide) film in 120 format shot as 6×6
Bill is a project-driven photographer – even when he’s not aware of it.
Since discovering slide film recently, I simply can’t stop shooting it.
I have always had a love/hate relationship with color film.