Emma Robinson has been taking photographs since she was 8 years old when she borrowed her grandfather’s Kodak Brownie. There have been a few changes since then and the move to digital finally happened six years ago. She now shoots on her Panasonic Lumix GX8, occasionally returning to 35mm with the faithful, very manual (no light meter) Contaflex which she recently inherited.
She started making cards for her family three years ago. With their encouragement, she did a small print run last December (2017) and by the end of January had orders from several stores and galleries around the country.
All cards are from photos Emma has taken and are printed in Wellington on Eco100 Natural White 300gsm paper (A5 folded to A6). The cards are blank inside, and come with an envelope.
6 different photo cards available
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