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My 2020 lockdown journey - a comparative test of Kodak EKTACHROME E100 and Fujifilm Velvia 50 (bonus Portra/Lomography included) - by Kathleen Johnson

My 2020 lockdown journey: a comparative test of Kodak EKTACHROME E100 and Fujifilm Velvia 50 (bonus Portra/Lomography included)

I set out this Spring and Summer to do a comparative test of Kodak EKTACHROME E100 and Fujifilm Fujichrome Velvia 50 (RVP50). In my lifetime …

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What I've learned from my LomoChrome Purple XR 100-400 experiences: A user's guide

What I’ve learned from my LomoChrome Purple XR 100-400 experiences: A user’s guide

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 …

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"Untitled", Cabeça Gorda, Redondo, Portugal. Minolta X700, MD 50mm f1.7, loaded with Kodak T-MAX 400 exposed at EI 800 and developed in Kodak T-MAX developer. Printed on ILFORD MGIV FB Warmtone, developed in Kodak Dektol. Dektol in general seemed to produce a slightly warmer rendition.

Interview #158: I am Luis Barrancos and this is why I shoot film

Today’s interviewee hails from Portugal and is currently enjoying life in tropical Malaysia.

Tribe - From my Los Angeles zine

EMULSIVE interview #123: I am Laidric Stevenson and this is why I shoot film

The eagle-eyed amongst you will recognise today’s interviewee from his excellent and much-discussed review of the Bronica GS-1 system; as well as the beautiful images which accompany it.

'Piccadilly Rain' - London, 2014 (Leica MP - Voigtlander 35 f/1.4 - Kodak 500T Motion Picture Film)

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

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.