Coming just 20 days after they announced ISO 8 Fantôme Kino B&W film back on March 26th, the folks at Lomography are back at it again, this time with a faster (but still very slow) ISO 13 film going by the name Babylon Kino B&W ISO 13. As with Fantôme, Babylon Kino is available for […]
In 2019 Lomography announced the launch of a Kickstarter campaign to fund a brand new film emulsion: LomoChrome Metropolis XR100-400.
Hot off the press is news of a new film by the folks at Lomography: Fantôme Kino B&W ISO 8 film in 35mm format. Touted as a “brand new high contrast film with panchromatic sensitivity…
A few months ago I was heading to Europe for a few weeks. I needed a trusty camera that would allow me complete control but also auto settings that gave me the freedom to capture images without much thought. My buddy Joe suggested the Contax G1 since he’d purchased one earlier in the year. I […]
Lomography’s LomoChrome Purple XR 100-400 is definitely an interesting film. Until shooting it in late 2019, I had never tried a ‘special effects’ film before and surprisingly, I liked it. But there are some caveats that never seem to be mentioned in Lomography’s posts and promotions. This is not so much intended as a film […]
I recently shot my second ever roll of the new 2019 LomoChrome Purple. After shooting my first roll at EI 400 and being a bit underwhelmed by most of the shots, I decided to go to the other end of the spectrum and shoot at EI 160 at a macro workshop. Borrowing a Micro-Nikkor 55mm […]
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 […]
I love the Lomography Diana Mini and I’ll stand by this little plastic gal with all my heart, even when nobody else wants to.
When I came back to film photography in early 2018, very soon I wanted to try medium format film. Not being sure if I would like it with its lesser number of photos per roll compared to a 35mm film…
It’s been nearly five years since we saw a new colour negative photographic film hit the shelves and over six since the one before that.
Welcome to a fresh instalment of my “…this is why I shoot film” series!
“What about Berlin?”, I asked my partner.
We were looking for a city break last October and had no idea where to go.
My choice fell on Kodak Panchromatic Sound Recording Film 2374, a film I had never heard of until I saw a few dusty rolls in a photo store in Ukraine.
Most of my photo output is from digital cameras, although I have an abiding love for film. I recently bought some 35mm and medium format cameras online.
I’ve known today’s interviewee online for a few years now, and even had the pleasure of meeting her back in 2018*.
In 1975, Mamiya introduced their M645 series of medium format cameras. The M645 series have been very successful over the years, continually being upgraded and refined.
Greetings from EMULSIVE HQ.
I had previously worked with Eyedress in Tokyo at Big Love Records. He’s a Philipines based artist who is currently on Lex Records based out of England.
Shot on Lomography Berlin 400 at EI 800.
Black and white motion picture film in wide 35mm format (TEXPan)
Push processed 1-stop.
Fuji GW690III + EBC Fujinon 90mm f/3.5.
Kodak HC-110: 1+31(B), 21°C/70°F, 11:00
Slow day Shot on Lomography Berlin 400 at EI 800. Black and white motion picture film in wide 35mm format (TEXPan) Push processed 1-stop. Fuji GW690III + EBC Fujinon 90mm f/3.5. Development notes Kodak HC-110: 1+31(B), 21°C/70°F, 11:00 (N+1) No presoak, 1-minute initial agitation, 5 inversions/minute, normal stop/fix/rinse