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All these frames were shot at the white sands national monument while on a road trip in the States (my family are all American – this road trip happens bi-annually). We were driving the length of Route 66...
2017's end of year listicles seem like they went down pretty well, so I've decided to put my personal prejudice against them to one and put together a few more for 2018.
Just a lick Shot on Kodak ULTRA MAX at EI 1600. Color negative film in 35mm format. Push processed two stops.
Pediment Kodak ULTRA MAX 400 shot at EI 1600 Color negative film in 35mm format Push processed two stops.
In his own words today's photographer is a fourteen year old colour blind, far sighted and close sighted photographer...who uses film. With that out of the way, it's not only time for the latest EMULSIVE interview but also time for
Maintenance required Shot on Kodak ULTRAMAX 400 at EI 1600 Color negative film in 35mm format Push processed two stops
Hey gang, Ian here. Today I’ll share with you my Kodak Star 435 - with a twist. The Kodak Star 435 was made from 1990 - 1994 as an inexpensive snapshot camera.
It's the beginning of May, spring is in full bloom (mostly), I for one can feel summer's imminent arrival - it's not soon enough. So, it seems like the perfect time to bring you the work of another young
Director and travel junkie Shikha Makan is today's interviewee and what an interesting character she is. After Kodak closed its doors in India, a friend handed her hundreds (yes, hundreds), of rolls of expired Kodak Ektachrome.
Gnarly Kodak ULTRA-MAX 400 shot at EI 400 Color negative film in 35mm format
Nurture nature Kodak ULTRAMAX 400 shot at EI 400 Color negative film in 35mm format
Sepia shade Kodak ULTRAMAX 400 shot at ISO400 Color negative film in 35mm format
Stop, look up Shot on Kodak ULTRAMAX 400 at EI 400 Color negative filmin 35mm format
Pushed to the MAX Shot on Kodak ULTRA MAX 400 at EI 1600.Color negative film in 35mm format