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Issue 16 | Autumn 2022

All the articles in this issue are stories of exploration in one way or another. The portfolios are from artists who travel to new worlds, whether to physical places on land or underwater, through an inner journey, or by looking into the worlds of other people. You can explore the fascinating world of Rock musicians in the 1970s or the inner workings of a Leica M3, join our contributors as they go on their first journeys with an Intrepid 4×5 camera or a Minolta Autocord. Explore different ways to enlarge or print, the difference real filters make on the same image, or even the same image made with 100 different film stocks!

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this week’s 

Editor’s Pick

Home Colour Printing with the Intrepid Enlarger

The team at SilvergrainClassics have published another book. We talk to Christopher Osborne about “Home Colour Printing with the Intrepid Enlarger”.

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The Minolta f4/70-210mm beer can lens

The Minolta f4/70-210mm beer can lens

The f4/70-210mm Minolta beer can lens The f4/70-210mm Minolta beer can lens is inexpensive and very sharp and as good as a modern Sony lens that costs almost 50 times more. By Marwan el Mozayen  If you search YouTube videos or other online descriptions on the subject...

Sabine Alex – Analogue photography in Berlin

Sabine Alex – Analogue photography in Berlin

Sabine Alex – Analogue photography in Berlin Sabine realised that there were an increasing number of people exploring analogue photography. She started dreaming about teaching analogue photography in a mobile classroom. By Christopher Osborne  Sabine Alex studied to...

Leicaflex SL2 MOT – Top Gun

Leicaflex SL2 MOT – Top Gun

The Leicaflex SL2 MOT - Top Gun by Marwan El Mozayen During our visit to Leica in Wetzlar for a future article, we saw the Leicaflex SL2 MOT in a display case in the entrance hall of the building and placed our beloved Leicaflex next to it.  In 1981, the Leitz press...

SilvergrainClassics Analogue Meetup

SilvergrainClassics Analogue Meetup

News from the SilvergrainClassics Analogue meetup at the Leica Gallery, Frankfurt. New Adox film, and new services from Silbersalz announced at the SilvergrainClassics Analogue meetup at the Leica Gallery, Frankfurt. By Christopher Osborne  On Saturday 25th,...

Midtones Machines Chromabox film processing machine

Midtones Machines Chromabox film processing machine

The Midtone Machines Chromabox film processor enters the production stage. The Midtone Machines Chromabox film processor has entered the production stage. We talk to Andrew Burns who is the engineer behind the project. By Christopher Osborne  I spoke to Andrew Burns...

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While we take pride on our various and well researched online content, our heart beats analog. Where online sparkles, print truly shines. If you like coffee table photo books, you will love SilvergrainClassics. Sturdily bound, in book quality print, the magazine is the next best thing to holding an actual silver gelatin print of an image in your hands.

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Our team are experienced photographers with a passion for sharing information and inspiration. From large format landscape to instant street over development specialists and online blogger personalities, we are excited to bring together a first-class team from different areas of analog photography. Working with international contributors gives us the opportunity to spread the love for analog photography all around the globe. 

Combining many decades of work in photographic publications and industry, we are connected with an experienced network to provide you with information, highlight photographic work and the latest news in analog photography. Our vision is to provide photographers around the world with inspiration, information, and a sense of community in the terms of working analog:  a high – quality, quarterly printed analog photography magazine.

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