When I first bought a 5 pack of Lomography’s Lomochrome Purple XR 100-400 I wondered if the novelty might wear off after a roll or two and I fully expected to resell the rest. After a couple of rolls though, I realised there was something more to it than novelty and I couldn’t get enough. […]
I always loved the original Agfa Scala 200X black and white slide film when it was available back in the late ‘90s. So I was thrilled when…
I think Kodak Tri-X 400 might be one of the most mystical film stocks ever produced. For more than 70 years of its production, it has covered almost all of the history of the 20th century folowing WW2. Its flexibility to tolerate push-processing makes it a favourite of photojournalists of the film era. One of […]
I think there’s a pretty big misconception about shooting slide film. We’ve all heard the stories about how slide film is ridiculously hard to shoot, that if you’re off on your exposure by just a small amount that your highlights will either be blown away or everything will be a murky detail void shadow. Maybe […]
Changing Gear is a new series here on EMULSIVE where photographers are invited to talk about equipment or events that have changed the way they approach the world through their lens.
First things first, I am not a full time professional (or really even a part-time) wedding photographer.
I like to try a little of everything while I’m out and about with cameras, so I shoot some digital and some film, but my passion is the film work.