I had a roll of Fujifilm Velvia 100 with an expiry date of 2012 sitting in my fridge for quite a while and thinking that the film (and me for that matter) was not getting any younger, I decided to load it in my trusty Nikon F4 for some positive film fun times! This was not the first time I have shot using Velvia […]
It isn’t often (if ever) that a film comes along and stops me in my tracks. In fact, I can’t think of a time that one ever has. Some have come close but this one stopped me dead in my tracks. The film, of course is Kodak Panchromatic Separation Film 2238, also known as “SO-2238”, […]
First, let me say that the Nikon F4 gets no respect. I am just going to lay that out there. Okay, so now on to the film. All of my film problems can be traced back to The FPP…
Having read a selection of blog posts and reviews about the CineStill range of 120 and 135 films I was intrigued.
Ladies and gentlemen I’m incredibly proud to bring you the first EMULSIVE interview of 2018, and it’s one I’ve been waiting for myself for quite a while.
Indulge yourself and sink into the words and pictures of Christopher P.
I’m pleased to be able to bring you the words and photography of Gareth Buckett, Australian-based film and digital photographer;
Today’s interviewee is a real treat, I’m honoured to me able to introduce you to David Rothschild, a native Virginian photographer an musician with a interesting adoration of naked trees and old houses.
Over to you, David.
Today’s interviewee is Drew Amyot, Nova Scotian born and raised.