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Research: is there really a difference between real and simulated film...

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.

The Ultimate guide to the Hasselblad 2000FCW, a focal plane shutter...

The Hasselblad 2000FCW was the third in the legendary Swedish company's family of 6x6 focal plane shutter cameras. If you want to be able to use all Hasselblad lenses (including 13 lenses that can only be used with this

How to take the leap into 35mm film photography – by...

In this article, I will go over the steps you need to take and the decisions you need to make to enter the wonderful world of film 35mm photography. I recommend starting with the 35mm format as the cameras

My return to film: Marcus Grandon

The last time I shot film was somewhere around 2002, and I certainly hadn’t purchased a film camera this century. That all changed when I picked up a used Nikon FE in Ginza, Tokyo a few weeks ago.

How to build a photography website in 2019…what you need to...

The new year is upon us but it needn't be filled with broken resolutions, especially if you've committed yourself to create a new photography website (or plan on refreshing one you already have).

Loss, PTSD and finding my father in the searchlights – by...

It all started with a conversation with my Dad in 2015.

Photoset: Three strikes and you’re out or, a lesson in not...

The three strikes mentality is such a cliché these days. It’s now used as a yardstick for punishment. Whether baseball or criminal offenses.

Creating the GX-Pan: a wide format cinematic Hasselblad

I’ve always been fascinated by the cinematic look of movies.

How-to: Colour/BW film processing with the BelliniFoto Monopart C-41 kit

I developed my first black and white film at school and have enjoyed developing black and white films ever since.

Shooting a (personal) photographic project: thoughts and other musings – by...

Bill is a project-driven photographer - even when he's not aware of it.

Camera review: the Fuji Panorama GX617, a legendary panoramic behemoth

Beloved of landscape photographers, especially those involved with supplying images for calendars and home decor products both before and well into the digital camera era, the Fuji Panorama GX617 was the final iteration of Fuji’s legendary behemoth panoramic medium

How-to: Shoot a wedding on film… dos, don’ts and the beauty...

First things first, I am not a full time professional (or really even a part-time) wedding photographer.

In Conversation With… Photoreal, Brooklyn, New York – by Jae Song

I’m fairly new to film. Actually, I should say I’m fairly new to photography in general. Earlier this year, I happened upon one of my father-in-law's SLR’s stashed in the closet.

Book review: All about “All About Saul Leiter”

A while back, I made a bit of noise on EMULSIVE and via an email to the Sunny 16 Podcast about photographers talking more about photographs, and less about gear.

Featured project: creating the SP-445 film processing system

Making a short story long. After all, that's what I do... Several years ago, my oldest daughter expressed curiosity about old-fashioned film. I dug out my Olympus OM-1 and we shot a few rolls.

Review: Comparing FF No.1 and Cinestill Df96 monobath developers

Monobath film developers feel like the in thing for 2018.

Every single film stock still made today – Part 7: the...

This is the final part of my series covering every single one of the 180+ photographic film stocks still being made today. I'll be breaking down the numbers with a bit of commentary below but as ever, please do

Lens review: Pentax prime comparison – five lenses head to head...

If I am not shooting a Half Frame Camera, there is an overwhelming probability that I am shooting a Pentax instead.

How-to: Make cyanotype prints from analog or digital negatives without sunlight...

I hope that through this article, I’ll be able to convince you that cyanotypes can be done on a tight budget and without access to sunlight.