I've contributed a few articles at Emulsive.org. Click on the titles or the photos to read the article.
The iconic Polaroid Automatic 100 Land Camera was the first in a line of cameras made by Polaroid to take advantage of a novel new film, instant packfilm. Portable, easy to use, and having a variety of accessories, this camera is still fun to use, if you can find film for it.
The Mamiya 645 Pro is a medium format SLR camera that was once a mainstay of professional photographers. Now, it’s a commonly available, reasonably priced, camera system that is easy for beginners or experts to use.
The Brownie Hawkeye is a fun medium-format box camera and is fun to use. It is commonly found at thrift stores, flea markets, and probably in your grandparent’s basement. My article covers a bit of its history, design aspects, and practical use.
I've always had a fascination for photography. In this article you can read about why I embrace traditional film photography, what motivates me to take pictures, and the subjects I enjoy documenting.
After learning how to develop my own black and white film at home, I moved on to developing my own color slide film (process E-6). Its a lot easier than most people think and can save you a lot of money in the long run.
The Mamiya Press series of cameras are some of the most well-built and fun to use medium-format cameras available. Easy to acquire and affordable, I go in-depth on what it is like to own and use one.