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I suspect it’s a common dilemma, you’ve booked a holiday with your partner (and or family/friends) and there’s no doubt the destination was influenced by potential photographic opportunities. How on earth are you going to balance wanting to take lots of photos with what other people want to do?!
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.
Plates, films, stars and scenes. I've been following today's fresh interviewee (on social media!) pretty much since EMULSIVE came into existence back...
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.
When I came back to film photography in early 2018, very soon I wanted to try medium format film. Not being sure if I would like it with its lesser number of photos per roll compared to a 35mm film...
The second day of sunshine… What bliss… It has been dark and grey for a couple of weeks. A huge contrast to the nice and warm temperatures of southern Vietnam where I had been.
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...
Halfway through... six months in already? How did that happen... didn’t we just start? Actually, we are settling into our routine but the bloom is off the rose...
Welcome to a fresh instalment of my "...this is why I shoot film" series!
Tread carefully Shot on ILFORD HP5 PLUS at EI 3200Black and white negative in 120 format shot as 6x6Push processed 3 stops Hasselblad 2000FCW / Carl Zeiss Planar F 80mm f/2.8 Development notesKodak HC-110 1+47 (E): 20°C/68°F, 12:45
I can't begin to tell you how happy I am to finally bring today's interviewee to these pages.
5 o'clock shadow Shot on ILFORD HP5 PLUS at EI 400.Black and white negative film in 120 format shot as 6x6.Hasselblad 2000FCW / Carl Zeiss Planar F 80mm f/2.8. Read the ILFORD HP5 PLUS review. Development notesKodak HC-110 1+47
Creator, mentor, ambassador.
My choice fell on Kodak Panchromatic Sound Recording Film 2374, a film I had never heard of until I saw a few dusty rolls in a photo store in Ukraine.
These 5 frames are from a roll of ILFORD HP5 PLUS I shot on my Nikon FE and 24mm f/2.8D lens while visiting Toronto earlier this year. It had been raining for two full days.
I discovered my love of film photography by accident. Being a collector, I have always frequented thrift stores for anything I could find of interest.
I've known today's interviewee online for a few years now, and even had the pleasure of meeting her back in 2018*.
There are a few reasons it's taken me so long to become comfortable with shooting Tri-X, and I thought it might be useful to share these, both so that I can understand my process more coherently (as with most