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ILFORD Photo and guests blog about all things film photography and darkroom related

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March 2016

The Luminogram process

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Michael Jackson is a photographer based in Carmarthenshire. He spent over eight years studying and photographing a single beach in Pembrokeshire which resulted in him winning the Chris Beetles Award in 2013 and being a Hasselblad Masters Award finalist three times. He has more recently been working with photographing rocks and exploring the Luminogram process. His work is exhibited and collected internationally

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Why I love street photography

Keith Moss Bio pic

Our latest blogger Keith Moss, has a wealth of experience having worked as a photographer for over 25 years. He has worked on advertising campaigns for blue chip companies including Laura Ashley, Barker & Stonehouse, The BBC, Miss Sixty, The Cooperative Clothing Company, Unilever, Hilton Hotels, Mars Confectionery, Hand Picked Hotels and many more. Keith has also worked with and been featured in dozens of lifestyle and photography magazines including Black and White Photography, Professional Photographer, Amateur Photographer, Digital Photographer, and Photography for Beginners. At the beginning of 2013 Keith became an Ilford Partner, delivering masterclasses to lecturers, students and competition winners.

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Lets get this started – Never too young

Bio PicI remember being told that you should never ask of others what you are not prepared to do yourself. So with that in mind, I thought I’d start our blog.

I’ve worked here at HARMAN technology for 14 years in a variety of roles but most recently looking after our social media accounts. I enjoy my job immensely and the people that I get to speak to each day and the passion that they have for film photography and darkroom work is a huge part of that.

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