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5 Frames… Of Laurel Hill Cemetery on Fomapan 100 Classic (120 Format / EI 100 / Zeiss Ikon Super Ikonta A 531 + 7cm Tessar) – by Neil Kohl

The weather is getting colder so any temperate day is a good excuse to go for a walk. With the pandemic worsening, the only crowds …

Read more5 Frames… Of Laurel Hill Cemetery on Fomapan 100 Classic (120 Format / EI 100 / Zeiss Ikon Super Ikonta A 531 + 7cm Tessar) – by Neil Kohl

5 Frames... At an art class on Kentmere 400 (EI 400 / 35mm format / Zeiss Contaflex) - by Gary J. Stanford

5 Frames… At an art class on Kentmere 400 (EI 400 / 35mm format / Zeiss Contaflex) – by Gary J. Stanford

I’ve been shooting film for over 50 years, in the last few years mainly with medium format (Mamiya, Fuji and Hasselblad primarily) but still actively …

Read more5 Frames… At an art class on Kentmere 400 (EI 400 / 35mm format / Zeiss Contaflex) – by Gary J. Stanford

Cover - Camera Review - ZEISS IKON NETTAR II 518-16

Camera review – the Zeiss Ikon Nettar II 517/16 6×6 folding camera – by David Hume

I bought my Zeiss Ikon Nettar 6×6 folder in 1992 for $50, pretty much in perfect nick. At the time I was shooting a Mamiya RB67 professionally; exclusively running Fuji Velvia through it for magazine covers and editorial work.

Olympus Stylus Epic on Kodak Tri-X 400.

EMULSIVE interview #167: I am Mike Janik and this is why I shoot film

Today’s interviewee should need no introduction but he gets one anyway.

Bottom: Zeiss Ikon Ikonta 520/2 (Ikonta C) with Novar-Anastigmat 105mm f/1:6.3 (~1928) - Top: Zeiss Ikon Nettar 515/2 with Nettar-Anastigmat 110mm f/1:4.5 (~1931)

Recensione: vi racconto le mie folding – Zeiss Ikon Ikonta 520/2 & Zeiss Ikon Nettar 515/2

Il panorama della fotografia analogica è ricchissimo di fotocamere e attrezzature prodotte negli ultimi secoli da centinaia di produttori diversi, e questo ci aiuta a capire la bellezza e lo stato di evoluzione che questa Arte (la Fotografia) è riuscita

Left: Zeiss Ikon Ikonta 520/2 (Ikonta C) with Novar-Anastigmat 105mm f/1:6.3 (~1928) - Right: Zeiss Ikon Nettar 515/2 with Nettar-Anastigmat 110mm f/1:4.5 (~1931)

Camera review: My Zeiss Ikon folders – the Zeiss Ikon Ikonta 520/2 & Zeiss Ikon Nettar 515/2

Over the past two centuries, the film photography panorama has had plenty of cameras and other gear produced from hundreds of manufacturers.

Self (Rolleiflex 2.8, Kodak 100TMX)

EMULSIVE interview #67: I am Pierluigi Tolu and this is why I shoot film

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.