…or, forcing myself to take photos on large format film during a pandemic for an entire year. In 2021, I decided to give myself a photo challenge – to take one shot per week, on large format (4×5), for an entire year using. Though at times it certainly was a struggle, I’m happy to say […]
Detail of a component on one of the very few operating steam locomotives in the United States, Oregon Rail Heritage Center, Portland, OR. Hasselblad 503CX, Zeiss Planar f3.5 100 mm. Kodak T-MAX 100 developed in HC-110.
Like many commodities affected by the COVID pandemic, photographic film prices have soared to unprecedented heights. I acutely remember 25 sheet boxes of ILFORD Delta 100 Professional 4×5 film selling for $45 at my local camera store in 2019, only to see that price rise almost 70% to $65 in September 2021 — before tax. […]
Over the summer of 2018, I had the opportunity to visit Cincinnati and experience the people of The Queen City.
A few months ago, I wrote about the results of my tests on FERRANIA P30 Alpha in various developers.
I have been shooting 4×5 for about five years. I use it for much of my personal work, and love the tonality and rendering it gives my images.
I was recently looking through my film archives and found a number of photographs shot on Kodak T-MAX 100.
I’m very pleased to be able to bring you the words and pictures of Ante Prskalo, previous contributor to EMULSIVE and dabbler in strange things with Rodinal.
Over to you, Ante!
Hi Ante, what’s this picture, then?
Today’s interviewee hails from Portugal and is currently enjoying life in tropical Malaysia.