I get easily excited about the little things. Whether it’s a new film stock, a film stock revived from the dead (come on Agfa Vista 400!), a new camera, a newly discovered old camera, or literally anything with the word Mamiya in it, my creativity starts rolling and I get my butt off the couch […]
I’ve spent over a decade of my life living and breathing photography. Like many, I started with digital but quickly realized that I wanted a more physical process. I was, and still am, spending entirely too much time behind a computer. I’ve shot multiple formats, from 35mm to medium and even large format. And then, […]
My Mamiya RB67 and I go back a long way, beside a dumpster at a Tim Horton’s (a donut and coffee shop for those of you not from Canada) where I bought her off of a guy who was selling cameras he picked up from studios that had gone bankrupt. She was heavily used and […]
A return to film. Again… For the fourth time. Yep, FOUR TIMES. I learned on film, eventually abandoned for digital due to work, got bored of digital and went back to film, got a digital Hasselblad, got obsessed with pixel-peeping and left film. Sold the ‘Blad, picked up a shitty Kiev 88 for $60 with […]
I originally set out to shoot this roll to try and nail down a few teething problems I had with starting home B&W development again. The first two rolls I had developed had small black specs all over the negative and concentrated particularly along the sides. Finding myself with a day off and no plans […]
I first came across today’s interviewee back in December 2019 after she posted a video messing around with Kodak Gold in Barcelona. Thanks to that quick DM and ensuing chat, I’ve finally been able to get her to grace these pages as interviewee #214. Ladies and gents, this is Ejatu Shaw. Hi Ejatu, what’s this […]
Have you ever heard off an off-the-grid professional film photographer? You have now. Ladies and gentlemen, introducing Ryan HK. Over to you, Ryan. Hi Ryan, what’s this picture, then? This is a mistake. RHK: In Bob Ross’ words “A happy little accident.” I was in this crazy little ghost town in rural Alberta… I brought […]
I discovered my love of film photography by accident. Being a collector, I have always frequented thrift stores for anything I could find of interest.
For about a year and a half, every time I opened my fridge I saw my last remaining 10 exposure pack of Fuji FP 100C instant film, and every time I opened said fridge I was reluctant to take it
What you see below is my Mamiya Sekor RB67 Pro S, the camera I’m reviewing today.
I’m back with the second in this series of end-of-year-lazy-posts.
I almost exclusively shoot on black and white film for the simple reason that I can develop and print it myself in the darkroom.
I’ve been an avid film shooter for a couple of years now and I absolutely LOVE the recent revival of the whole industry.
This week’s interview is with talented Montrealian (Montrealite?) Jessica Hobbs.
Welcome one and all!
Having read a couple of reviews on EMULSIVE from proud owners of other medium format gear (Daniel J.
The York Photographic Society have a large membership of active enthusiasts, at least 50 or so.
I’ve got more fresh blood for you today in the form of Christopher Schmidtke from Wuerzburg, Germany.
I won’t spoil it and let you all jump in;
Hailing from “rainy” Germany, todays interviewee is a man of strength, compassion and talent.