Stormchaser, landscape photographer and portraiture, today’s interviewee has a long and varied photographic history. Please give a warm welcome to Montrealean (-er? -an?), Gaetan Cormier! Over to you, Gaetan. Hi Gaetan, what’s this picture, then? Farm and Trees – Bronica SQ-A with 80mm lens, ILFORD FP4 PLUS GC: I learned about these cute farm buildings […]
Last year in summer my wife and I started a trip to Namibia. We travelled around 3000 miles with a rented 4×4 on mainly dusty gravel roads.
Rollei Retro 80S is not a new kid on the block anymore, it’s been around since mid-2000s and plenty has been written about its most prominent characteristics: extended red sensitivity, high resolution and contrast – all signs of its
Update 02: 2018-09-20
Welcome to part five of this series exploring every single film stock (including instant film, dry plates, etc.), still being made today.
Today’s interviewee hails from Portugal and is currently enjoying life in tropical Malaysia.
These five photographs were shot with 35mm Rollei Retro 80s film using a Canon FTb and Canon 50mm f/1.4 lens. Retro 80s is an unusual film in a couple of ways.
Shot on Rollei Retro 80S at EI 80
Black and white negative film in 120 format shot as 6×6
It’s a pleasure to be able to bring you Lilly Schwartz or @blaurebell, as she’s know on Twitter for today’s interview. Lilly is a true film photography hero.
We’re here today with landscape photographer Johann Bottos, Italian native but (for the time being), settled in Austria
Not to diminish the wonderful images and narrative below but Johan is what one might call a little nutty about mountains.
Well then, who do we have here? I’m incredibly pleased to welcome today’s interviewee and new (re)entrant to the film photography world.