A Happy New Year from Wales – Introduction

Hello 52 Rollers. I’ve been following the project since 2014 and have enjoyed the diverse photography submitted by the many contributors. Having stalked a number of you on social media I’ve decided to challenge myself and step out of my comfort zone. The love of capturing memories on film has been with me since my Mother handed me…

Week 0, 2016 – AndaM [Intro]

Hello! I came across 52 rolls through Emulsive’s Twitter feed and I am really excited to join this project. Thank you, Urban Hafner, for the invite! I am a visual artist currently living in SW Ontario, Canada and I am fascinated by the exploration of light and colours. I am also fascinated by the intimate and delicate…

Rolls 60-63 Saving the Best for Last

All stereo pairs are crossed unless otherwise noted. I have struggled with how to teach people to “free view” stereo photo pairs, but THIS might help. Expressobuzz got me thinking about stereo photographs last summer when he showed me a slide viewer and some medium format stereo slides he shot. I emerged from the Schlaboratory…

Week 0, 2016, Introduction

I did this project in 2014 and found my skills and quality of work improved throughout the project. This past year I have focused on learning the wet printing process, with a few alternative print making processes (cyanotype, ziatype, lith) thrown in. But my shooting was not as frequent and as a result, my printable…

52Rolls – Peter Karnig – Film Fotografi 2016

Thanks to Urban Hafner for inviting me to participate in 52rolls in 2016. I will start publishing in the new year (2016) and will post one photographic image for every week of the year. I shoot only film and usually use either Ilford HP5 or Kodak Tri-X. I develop in Rodinal. I make contact sheets and use…

Week 0 – Slowtograph Introduction

Thanks for adding me to this challenging project. I am from Southern Germany. I am 52 years old which matches perfectly with 52 rolls. Starting to take photographs with a Nikon EM when I was 16, and after the usual years of digital imaging, shooting film again is like coming back home. There are still…