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What follows is my 2019 in film photography, a 365 photography project that was absolutely not a 365 project. In this article,...
Greetings and welcome to this week's fresh EMULSIVE interview - number 211 to be specific. I have great pleasure in introducing you...
This young lady's mother asked me several months back about shooting graduation photos. Despite not being a pro by any stretch of...
If you spend any time checking out landscape photographers online - especially if you've been eyeing up 6x17 format photography - you will no doubt have come across the work of today's interviewee, Jeremy Calow.
When it comes to autofocusing manual lenses on film cameras there is really only one option: the unique and relatively short-lived CONTAX AX. Chunky sibling of the CONTAX RX and...
Darkroom lab owner, photographer, printer and workshop host, Lina Bessonova is one of the busiest interviewees I've had on so far this year.
Contact sheets are an incredibly useful tool when it comes to reviewing and learning from your own approach to photography, and when curating a series of shots down to one final "keeper." I am an advocate of constant review
Back over the summer of 2018, my beloved Bronica SQ-A became gravely ill, and I sent it off to the camera spa for some TLC.
It's the fourth article in 2018's end-of-year lazy post, this time counting down the most popular film reviews here on EMULSIVE over the course of 2018.Ready?
In the beginning, there was film. My favorite emulsions for the decades starting in 1976, were slow speed Kodachrome (25 and 64) and Tri-X shot on a Canon F-1n.
After my first exposure to working with large format sheet film in a DIY pinhole camera, I decided to explore this line of film photography a bit further.
Day market #01Shot on ILFORD Delta 100 Professional at EI 200 Black and white negative film in 120 format shot as 6x12 Push processed one stop Development...
Split #05Shot on ILFORD Delta 100 Professional at EI 800 Black and white negative film in 35mm format Push processed 3 stops
Above as belowShot on ILFORD Delta 100 Professional at EI 100 Black and white negative film in 4x5 format
Comparing Fuji NEOPAN 100 ACROS, ILFORD Delta 100 Professional and Kodak T-MAX 100 – by Dan Marinelli
This whole project started when I realized I had been blindly allegiant to certain black and white films for a number of years without any particular rhyme or reason.
Before I begin this month’s #FindingFilm, I’ll give you advance warning. Go and put the kettle on, make a brew, and settle in. This is going to be a long one. Ah Delta……Delta, Delta, Delta.
What would film photography be without the experimentation aspect? Sticking to box speeds, recommended developers and "the right way" of doing things is boring 10.
Loading bay Shot on ILFORD Delta 100 Professional at EI 100 Black and white negative film in 120 format shot as 6x6
Hello and welcome to another fresh EMULSIVE interview, today with Toby Van de Velde, freelance photographer based in the south of England.
From the first time I heard about a developer named Pyrocat HD, I was hooked by it is look.
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