To those who follow my work closely, you may know that I consider myself a large format photographer. I will photograph with a medium format camera, particularly when I’m trying to save weight on a backpacking trip or save time when I’m teaching a photography workshop, but 35mm has been somewhat shunned in my arsenal, being a format I deemed too small to be used effectively for my work.
In late 2017, Kodak Alaris announced they were going to rerelease a redesigned version of their old Ektachrome film stock as E100 in 35mm. When I heard this news, I was absolutely thrilled. Lately, film stocks are being discontinued left and right, from particular sizes, to the entire stocks altogether. With Kodak releasing a NEW film stock, I feel like there was a bit of light at the end of the tunnel - especially for transparency film. While I was disappointed it would not be announced in medium or large format film, I decided to give it a shot in 35mm.Read More