I can only speak for myself, but I only received 2 issues from my subscription. I had hoped that Emulsion was going to be the safe haven for analog photographers that Black and White once was, and I subscribed to the magazine as soon as I heard about it as a way to support a cause near and dear to my heart. I was more upset that the magazine failed than I was about losing a few bucks.
Originally Posted by Photo Engineer
i think emulsion would have pulled through,
if the publisher didn't have to be hospitalized ..
some of the folks that did the design + layout work
with / for her used to frequent apug, and say that 2 or 3 issues
were ready for the press ... and then aggie got sick.
it is good to see + read that lenswork is still doing very well,
publishes and pod casts often ... and has a sense professionalism that others
try to aspire to ...
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