Nick Carver— SilvergrainConnection Episode 4: The YouTube Star that “Bleeds Analog”

With almost 90,000 subscribers, Nick Carver’s YouTube channel is one of the most successful film photography presences on the internet. His unique blend of know-how, enthusiasm, and informal guy-next-door manner makes him a favorite of a broad spectrum of film shooters.

TETENAL— SilvergrainConnection Episode 3: New Tetenal and The Post-Digital Era

“New” TETENAL, two years in: where do they stand, what are they working on? In our third episode of Silvergrain Connection, we chat with Peter Rasenberger, the investor who helped to save the company two years ago.

Finding Focus – A Look Behind SilvergrainClassics

Doug Richardson interviews Charys Schuler about her job as Developmental Editor and the process of selecting the content for each issue: A look behind the process of making SilvergrainClassics.

ADOX— Past, Present, and Future Silvergrain Connection Episode 2 with Mirko Böddecker and Lina Bessonova

We were so pleased to welcome a pair of movers and shakers of the film photography community to our second podcast episode. Mirko and Lina bring us in-depth information and stories from ADOX, a powerhouse in the analog world, which is run with a mini team plus maximum commitment.

SilvergrainClassics Analog Photography Bootcamp

SIlvergrainClassics and the state of Rheinland-Palatinate are pleased to announce an agreement for a new training center for analog photographers and filmmakers. The former army facility, which has suffered from damage due to vandalism in recent years, is being upgraded through a cooperation between the Ministry of Culture and the Department of Defense.

Supersense – More Than an Impossible Project – Silvergrain Connection Podcast Episode 1 with Florian „Doc” Kaps

What better way to start a series of podcasts about “the entire world of analog photography” than with Doc Kaps! The founder of the Impossible Project and CEO of Supersense. He reminisced about the experience of living through the craziness of the Impossible Project, when he and his team rescued Polaroid instant film and also spun ideas about where film photography could go from here. But his passion for analog extends well beyond photography.

Bulk Films Today: They See Me Rollin´ and $avin´ – An Addendum:

Bulk films are far from obsolete. While color bulk films are sparse, a plethora of black and white emulsions are available to home loaders today. In this addendum to the article “They See me Rollin´ and $avin´ – A Perspective on Bulk Film Today”, published in the 10th issue of SilvergrainClassics you will find a more complete list of currently available bulk film emulsions.

A Thousand and Thirty Pages Later: Behind SilvergrainClassics Issue 10

We made it to Number 10! A print magazine about analog photography and cinematography wasn’t such a crazy idea after all, it seems. Take a look behind the scenes of SilvergrainClassics issue ten!

The Long Watch: Fireside Chat with Leica, Bruce Barnbaum, Carmencita Lab & Kosmo Foto

Rewatch the 4th SilvergrainClassics fireside chat with Leica, Bruce Barnbaum, Carmencita Lab and Kosmo Foto. Recorded live on February 6th. Our next fireside chat all about motion picture will be hosted on Zoom on February 20th.

How To: Shooting Expired Film

How To: Shooting Expired Film by Ludwig HagelsteinGetting Started   While some photographers would not shoot expired, perhaps even badly stored decades old film in their wildest dreams, others indulge in exactly that. Shooting expired film can be an interesting...
Bulk Films Today: They See Me Rollin´ and $avin´ – An Addendum:

Bulk Films Today: They See Me Rollin´ and $avin´ – An Addendum:

Bulk films are far from obsolete. While color bulk films are sparse, a plethora of black and white emulsions are available to home loaders today. In this addendum to the article “They See me Rollin´ and $avin´ – A Perspective on Bulk Film Today”, published in the 10th issue of SilvergrainClassics you will find a more complete list of currently available bulk film emulsions.

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