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Let's start with the elephant in the room - this camera comes with some serious bling. It is in fact, a special gold-dipped version officially called the "Rolleiflex 2.8GX Expression 75 years edition".
Jazz has a special place in my heart. It’s a musical language that somehow, I can understand by simply feeing my mind and letting the music run through my soul.
I just recently got this Minolta SRT201 from an old friend who didn't have the time nor the space to make a home for her.
When I first started photography as a serious hobby I was shooting a Fujifilm X10 digital camera.
About a year ago, whilst a heavy rain was pouring over the small city in Lombardy (Italy) where I live, the thought of going out with a roll of Kodak Tri-X 400 snapped instantly in my head.
To answer this question, I researched the foundations of film and digital photography; and which factors can influence the style of the results for my bachelor thesis.
Traditionally when I go away on holiday, I tend to pick the less touristy places. That way I can get a better feel for a country and its people.
Creator, mentor, ambassador.
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.
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
...and back in love with photography again and again. Warning: the following review of the diminutive Olympus XA is highly biased and totally subjective. I love the darn thing and actually own 2 of them.
I remember the Nikon F3 being expensive when it first came out in 1980. At the time, a new Nikon F3 with a 50mm lens cost about US$1,175 - that's about US$3,500 adjusted for inflation.
In 1984 I had just entered my 20s and my pockets were not very deep. Up to that point I had been using a Rolleiflex SL35M, my second SLR, but it had stopped working.
Aside from the fact these photos were taken in the streets, they stray far from traditional street photography.
I’m very privileged to be able to call photography my job, all be it part-time. I have a small home studio and I’ve shot wedding and family work for several years now.
A film shooter for a little under ten years so far, this week's fresh EMULSIVE interviewee is Robin Kuusela.
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.