Issue 18 | Spring 2023
Artists Alberto Venzago and Jeff Bridges both share photos of worlds most of us will never see; Venzago illuminates the secretive cultures of the Japanese Mafia (Yakuza) and Voodoo rituals in Africa, whereas Bridges shows us life behind the camera in Hollywood and how it nurtures his passion for panoramic photography. Also, learn how to build your own mobile darkroom inexpensively, hand-color darkroom prints, and take a deep dive into the fascinating world of Maitani’s Olympus including the PEN half-frame series.
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The Melancholy Of Aleksei Svehdov
The fantasy of living in a foreign country is the promise of new beginnings. The reality is often different. Aleksei Svehdov’s series of images captures the anxiety of making a life in another land with a brutal honesty.
Türkiye Earthquake And The Sirkhane Darkroom
Türkiye Earthquake And The Sirkhane Darkroom The earthquake in Türkiye on 6 February this year, the Sirkhane Darkroom has an added focus. Many children are depressed and traumatised. By Christopher Osborne. I am talking to Syrian photographer Serbest Salih via...
The Anna Atkins Tribute Journal – Get Inspired!
The Anna Atkins Tribute Journal - Get Inspired! The Anna Atkins Tribute Journal 2023 is the brainchild of Malin Fabbri. This journal is based on her personal approach to making room for art and creative projects while resolving competing demands on her time. By...
Mike Kitson and his quest for a B&W developer comparison
Mike Kitson and his quest for a B&W developer comparison Mike Kitson recently posted a question on a Facebook group. He had been trying to find information on the difference between black & white developers. By Christopher Osborne. Landscape by Mike Kitson...
Analog Art Photography opens in Leipzig
Analog Art Photography opens in Leipzig Analog Art Photography has recently opened in Leipzig. In addition to providing a stunning gallery space it is a centre for workshops and other activities. By Marc Kairies Roman Walczyna, Thomas Hankel and Marc Kairies at...
Homeopathic film development – rediscovering a lost alternative process
SilvergrainClassics magazine rediscovered and recreated a unique method of film development that uses homeopathic principles to process film.
Daisy Taylor on shooting film
Daisy Taylor On Shooting Film Daisy Taylor's course included a workshop on pinhole photography. “My initial reaction was that this was so crap”, she recalls. As the day went on I found that I really enjoyed the sense of mystery and quickly became fixated”. By...
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