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Surprising as this may be but ILFORD XP2 SUPER is currently my favourite* general-purpose black & white film.
Half mast Shot on ILFORD XP2 Super at EI 320 Black and white negative film in 120 format shot as 6x6 Orange #21 filter
Although I’ve been experimenting with a few different films, using ILFORD Delta 3200 Professional at LFW, some Fuji Neopan for Street, and some CineStill for low light nights, I am yet to find a film stock I am consistently
I love ILFORD XP2 SUPER. It’s a film I have shot with extensively. It is a C-41 black and white film so not a ‘true’ black and white film.
It's a real pleasure to introduce you all to Rob Hawthorn, a photographer who many of you will remember from his stunning travelogue of Yucatan on Kodak AEROCHROME. Well Rob's back with something a little different.
Clipped Shot on ILFORD XP2 Super at EI 400 Black and white negative film in 120 format shot as 6x6
You may recall today's interviewee from his piece on Kodachrome some time ago.
First break Shot on ILFORD XP2 Super at EI 400 Black and white negative film in120 format shot as 6x6
It's a real pleasure to be able to bring you today's interviewee, Toni Skokovic.
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.
I'm hoping you remember today's interviewee from his wonderful contributed article discussing the importance and impact of effective visualisation for film photographers. If you haven't read it yet head on over, we'll wait. Back? Excellent.
Back in mid-May 2016, we invited you all to submit your questions to Ilford Photo for the second in a new series of community interviews here on #EMULSIVE.
It's that time again and today we're very proud to bring you not only the work and words of Sandeep Sumal, AKA Twitter's @givemeabiscuit, but also a slight change to the questions we're asking in these interviews.
Today's interviewee needs no introduction. I'm adamant about this. Over to you, Hamish! Fine.
This week I'm sitting down with Lee Fennings, a UK-based digital shooter, now just starting to shoot 35mm with his beautiful reconditioned Olympus Trip 35. Lee's a rather strange beast as far as digital street photographers go;