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Issue 10 | Spring 2021

Issue 10´s cover story is about Helmut Newton and Yva, the gifted photographer with whom he apprenticed before he fled Germany. It centers on their lives in Berlin in the decadent days of the Weimar Republic and the rise of the Nazis, and the influence that the period had on Newton’s body of work. The rest of Issue 10 is filled with our usual array of wonderful submissions from around the world. As photographers and the industry continue to struggle with life during a pandemic, we hear stories of hope and creative possibilities discovered in spite of, and sometimes because of, the difficulties.

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Editor’s Pick

Finding Focus: Behind SilvergrainClassics

Doug Richardson interviews SGC Developmental Editor Charys Schuler about her job and the process of selecting the content for each issue. If you care for a look behind the scenes of SilvergrainClassics, or wonder how our magazine is made, and which images make it into each issue, this article in our own account will be a great read! 

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SilvergrainClassics

SilvergrainClassics is the first truly global film photography magazine and is available in stores in more than 60 countries worldwide. Regarded as one of the best photography publications currently available by many, we strive to live up to that expectation. On our website, you’ll find both content that didn’t make it into our magazine, as well as dedicated online features and news articles.

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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“SilvergrainClassics has become the leading film photography magazine worldwide. With news, reviews, and some outstanding contributors, it has quickly earned its place as the go-to film photography magazine.

Bellamy Hunt, Japan Camera Hunter

“SilvergrainClassics is everything I’ve wanted a magazine to be… it’s so awesome! The articles are great, the pictures are great… If you’re into analog photography, believe me, this will be right up your alley

Nick Carver

“…pages identical to what you’d expect from a photo book. Everything inside the issue is on-point. Even the ads are appealing.”

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“The quality of the printing, the talented photographers you’ve chosen to showcase, and the way you’ve interspersed their photographs with technical articles all adds up to a superb product…”

Terry Smith, professional editorial photographer for Vogue, Time, and many others

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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Listen to the entire world of film photography on the go! Our editors Marwan & Charys, together with Erik Schlicksbier, host of ‘Studio Kreativkommune Podcast’, talk to artists, gearheads, and industry leaders to give you your biweekly dose of analog equilibrium. Get connected to the worldwide analog community with the podcast from the world’s leading film photography magazine.

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