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Moment of impact: don’t kill yourself to take a photograph

One Saturday in mid-October 2015 I decided to take a walk over to my preferred film lab and put some freshly developed black and white negatives in for scanning.

Photography: Two-tone – Shot on Fuji NEOPAN 400 at EI 200...

Two-tone Shot on Fuji Neopan 400 at EI 200Black and white negative in 35mm formatOver expose one stop and push processed two stops. Two-toneFuji Neopan 400 shot at EI 200. Black and white negative in 35mm format.

EMULSIVE interview #50: I am Bellamy Hunt and this is why...

Welcome to the first EMULSIVE interview of 2016, glad you stopped by! We've got some cracking interviewees lined up this year and we're hoping to start off with a bit of a bang, thanks to the one and only Bellamy

EMULSIVE interview #47: I am Thomas Skrlj and this is why...

Today I'm sitting down with Thomas Skrlj (pronounced "Skurl").

EMULSIVE interview #41: I am Hamish Gill and this is why...

Today's interviewee needs no introduction. I'm adamant about this. Over to you, Hamish! Fine.

EMULSIVE interview #28: I am Andrea Taurisano and this is why...

We're incredibly pleased to have gotten some time to talk with Andrea Taurisano about his reasons for shooting film and the evolution his photography has undergone in the 30 or so years that's he's been latched to his various film

EMULSIVE interview #26: I am Mike Fraser and this is why...

Today we're sitting down with Mike Fraser, Toronto-based photographer, cancer researcher and all round globe-trotting nice guy. Mike works in film of all formats, as well as the occasional foray into digital.

EMULSIVE interview #20: I am Riley Joseph and this is why...

Today I'm sitting down with self-proclaimed Canadian Gentleman, Riley Joseph. Slightly more comfortable in his photographer's skin now that he's had the chance to "settle in" to carrying a camera after 17 long years of trying, I'm hoping to

EMULSIVE interview #14: I am Ray Larose and this is why...

It's rumoured that today's interviewee spends so much time on the water because he was sent by an ancient subsea civilization to spy on us dry-landers using German glass and 6x7 format cameras.