This has been a tough interview to put together. Tough because, as you’ll see below, it’s been an absolute nightmare picking which one of Roger Harrison’s beautiful Fuji Velvia 50 photographs to feature as the cover for this article.
Today’s interview is a bit of a treat, as well as a precursor for things to come.
Indulge me a brief stroll down memory lane.
It was during the fall of 2004 when I was first exposed to photography through a course at university.
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
In high school, I bought myself a Minolta Maxxum 3000i with some off-brand lenses. It worked great as a point and shoot on drugstore Fuji film.
If you’ve not come across today’s interviewee before, you’re in for a treat.
I grabbed some time with Raffael Stiborek 28 year old photographer from Austria.
You may have already seen some of his portrait work flying around the internet but if not, you’re in for a real treat.
More from the man
Without giving too much away, today’s interviewee first started shooting film after getting a DSLR.
Yes, you read that right, a DLSR got him into film.
Today I’m sitting down with Thomas Skrlj (pronounced “Skurl”).
We’ve been rather lucky in snatching some time with the one and only Jo Farrell, whom you may know from her long running project, Living History: Bound Feet.
Jo has spent the past nine years getting to know and capturing
We’re incredibly pleased to have gotten some time to talk with Andrea Taurisano about his reasons for shooting film and the evolution his photography has undergone in the 30 or so years that’s he’s been latched to his various film
Today we’re sitting down with Mike Fraser, Toronto-based photographer, cancer researcher and all round globe-trotting nice guy.
Mike works in film of all formats, as well as the occasional foray into digital.
Some of us take up a photographic study of a particular form of photography; perhaps focusing on macro images, animals, insects, portraiture.