It’s an absolute pleasure to welcome you all to join me falling into the words and work of a rather rare beast.
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
I’m pleased to be able to introduce today’s fresh interview with Ezequiel Grimaldi, film photographer based in Spain’s San Sebastian.
I’ll keep this short so you can spend as much time as possible on the images below.
It’s time to introduce the latest in this series of EMULSIVE Community Interviews, this time we’re going one-on-one (one-on-two?) with the Brothers Wright, the brains and brawn behind CineStill Film – Cinema film for Still cameras.
I managed to grab some time with Lee Gavin, an English film photographer and teacher based in Kent, UK.
Over to you, Lee.
Hi Lee, what’s this picture, then?
Memory – Fuji Fujicolor 200
LG: Having always been fascinated
This week’s interviewee has been shooting film for a little over a year at the time of writing.
A film shooter for a little under ten years so far, this week’s fresh EMULSIVE interviewee is Robin Kuusela.
Based in the Scottish Highlands, today’s interviewee gets about a bit, and I don’t just mean island hopping in the Scottish seas.
I’m fairly new to film. Actually, I should say I’m fairly new to photography in general. Earlier this year, I happened upon one of my father-in-law’s SLR’s stashed in the closet.
Today’s interviewee marks the completion of a conversation started in June 2015, back when I started researching people to include in my very first series, which started barely a month later.
He’s someone you’ll probably be aware of, especially
Today’s interviewee is the man once described as “the man with the silkiest voice you’ll ever hear” (by me), Ted Viera. Trust me, I’m not wrong on this one.
Regular readers will be aware that I typically focus on everyday film shooters (like me) for these interviews but the opportunity occasionally arises to sit down with someone very special.
This is one of those times and I’m very
I think one of the first interactions I had with David was in Feb 2017 when he commented “best thread ever” on a Twitter thread I was involved in, which included a stock photo of two shirtless elderly gentlemen having
It’s impossible to understate Tony Vaccaro’s contribution to the 20th century, be it in his role as World War II combatant and documentarian, or his post-war work in fashion and portrait photography.
It’s time for the latest EMULSIVE interview and today’s victim subject is no slouch.
Welcome, welcome, welcome!
Regular readers will remember reading about Yan’s current project, Mother River here on EMULSIVE a couple of weeks ago and I’m, please to be able to finally bring more of her words and work to you in today’s fresh EMULSIVE
I’m very pleased to be able to bring you the work and words of a veritable film photography force of nature – it’s Amy Jasek everyone.
It’s Anil Mistry, everyone. To regular readers or EMULSIVE and listeners of the Sunny16 Podcast, that name should at the very least ring a few bells.
A huge welcome to Daphne Schnitzer, past 5 Frames With contributor here on EMULSIVE and pinhole aficionado.