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Having had a lot of very average weather lately, I was delighted to see a weekend of sunshine!
Welcome to part two of my long exposure test results.
Late March 2017: During my last article I touched on the fact that I was beginning to get stuck in a photographic rut.
UPDATE: Part three, EI 1600 bracketed +/- 1 stop is here.
UPDATE: Part two of this review - "one year on" - is here. A few weeks ago, the lovely folks over at Billingham got in touch to ask if I wanted to review one of their new bags
Welcome to the sixth and final part of the AEROgraphic project series.
Welcome to part five - the penultimate part - of the AEROgraphic project. In this article you will finally be finishing your build.
Welcome to part three of my series on photography using paper negatives aka photographic paper! If you're new to the series, please take a moment to read the preceding parts before diving in.
Welcome to the final stretch. If you've made it this far then you're very close to seeing your AEROgraphic project come together.
Welcome to part two of my journey with film in 2017.
UPDATE: Part two: EI 800 bracketed +/- 1 stop is hereRead part two of this series, exploring Pancro 400 shot at EI 800 and bracketed +/- 1 stop here! You may have seen this recent article covering all the
Welcome to part three of the AEROgraphic Project! There's no time for preamble, as this is where things start to get really interesting (and fun).
Walking in the very large footprints of FP4Party is the first film party brought to you by EMULSIVE in 2017 - welcome to #TMAXParty! Shoot a roll or sheet of any version of Kodak T-MAX, new or old in any
Welcome back for part two of the naked Aero Ektar Speed Graphic project.
This is the first of a six-part series in which I will describe the process of creating a "naked" Graflex Pacemaker Speed Graphic 4x5 camera and Kodak Aero Ektar lens combination;
Long exposure film photography is a technique central to my currently ongoing photography project, Where We Meet. Capturing the smooth extensions of water movement, contrasted with static elements of the shoreline is the key to this visual narrative.