Launching at 5pm GMT on November 15th, 2021 (about 2 hours from the time of writing) is the long-awaited hardwood edition of the Intrepid 4×5 field camera — something requested by customers of the UK-based large format camera and darkroom accessory company since its first Kickstarter way back in 2016. The new cameras, initially limited […]
Climate change will force humans to cut their dependency on fossil fuels or the consequences will be catastrophic. But how can we really grasp and put our consumption of oil into a relatable context? Numbers as such millions of oil barrels produced per year don’t seem to make sense to anyone outside of the oil […]
News just in from the folks over at Intrepid Camera: a new model of their Intrepid Enlarger that can make colour and black and white darkroom prints from 35mm and 120 format film (up to 6×9!) According to the folks at Intrepid, the new enlarger comes after “more than a year of extensive testing, designing […]
OK folks, buckle up for a flight over the Grand Canyon, it’s time to interview Alan Brock.
Wood is out, replaced by anodised aluminium and 3D printed parts. Say hello to the Intrepid Camera’s Black Edition 4×5. The camera is the latest creation from the UK based company whose offices are just a few hundred meters from Brighton’s Palace Pier. The new camera, available in limited quantities starting March 27th, is a […]
Going against the grain, the on-set photographer of 2019’s Little Women included the use of traditional wet plate photography – also known as tintypes – to capture Saoirse Ronan, Laura Dern, Timothée Chalamet, Emma Watson, James Norton and the rest of the production’s cast. It’s not very often that a unit still photographer gets to […]
UPDATE: Registration for EMULSIVE Santa 2019 has closed. There is a little over one week to go before registration for EMULSIVE Secret Santa 2019 closes, so it seems to be an appropriate time to remind those of you dragging your feet to sign up before it’s too late! While you’re here, there’s also a bit […]
It all started with a conversation with my Dad in 2015.
Brighton based Intrepid Camera are back with a true game-changer for traditional darkroom printing: the Intrepid 4×5 enlarger, an affordable, compact darkroom device capable of printing or helping to scan from 35mm, 120 and 4×5 film.
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I was recently reading Daphne Schnitzer’s interview and one of the many materials she uses is Harman Direct Positive Paper (DPP).
It’s time for the sixth in this series of EMULSIVE Community Interviews, and our first camera vendor, no less.
This is what Max Grew, co-founder of Intrepid Camera told me when I asked him what the driving force behind his company was in a conversation we had some days before the closing date of their successful 8×10 Kickstarter