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Blown over over blown Oriental New Seagull 400 shot at EI 400 Black and white negative film in 35mm format
One half and two quarters Fuji Neopan 400CN shot at EI 200 Black and white film in 35mm format
Arch-ception Shot on Fujicolor 100 shot at EI 100Color negative film in 35mm format Arch-ceptionFujicolor 100 shot at EI 100.Color negative film in 35mm format.
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. Hi
Certain readers may recognise today's interviewee as the man behind www.nikonf6.net. I prefer to call him John.
A big welcome to Walter Rothwell! Well travelled and widely exhibited, it's a real pleasure to be able to share the work of such a relented and experienced photographer on these pages.
I managed to grab some time with today's interviewee as he was making preparations for this year's Canner Film Festival.
MUMBAI--The smell hits you first. From the first moment India surrounds you, absorbs you into its atmosphere, its rush and flow. You have spent hour upon hour in the grey, nowhere interzone of the jet-plane.
Free space ILFORD Delta 400 Professional shot at EI 400Black and white film in 35mm format Free space - Ilford Delta 400 Professional shot at EI 400.
Today's interviewee is Drew Amyot, Nova Scotian born and raised.
Today we're sitting down with She Shoots Film founding member and Film Shooters Collective contributor, Lucy Wainright. Lucy has a wonderful mix of styles that sit somewhere between playful, abstract and experimental.
Today I'm sitting down with native Saskatchewanian, Bob St. Cyr.
Describing himself as, "barely removed from being a baby-boomer", I got to know of Robert and his work through the previously featured, Aimee Lower.
We grabbed some time to have a chat with David Lingham, Wales-based darkroom purist and ex-litho industry stripper (not THAT kind). David's got some beautiful images to share, as well as some insight into his photographic journey and why
Without giving too much away, today's interviewee first started shooting film after getting a DSLR. Yes, you read that right, a DLSR got him into film.
Today I'm sitting down with Sorin Nita, AKA Twitter's @FilmHasGrain.