You’ve shared lots of images with us over the last week. Here are a few of our favourites #ilfordfridayfavourites Continue reading “Friday favourites: 25th January”
Happy new year to you all.
We asked you this week about what resolutions and challenges you have set yourselves for the next year, and it was great to hear that so many of you are planning to take your film photography further by trying new formats, processing yourself, or having your first go at home printing We can’t wait to see your results. Continue reading “Friday favourites: 05th January”
Sandy McLennan is an Ontario, Canada multi-media artist thriving on reinvention. After graduating Sheridan College Media Arts he moved to Muskoka in 1986. At that time he received a provincial grant to teach pinhole photography.
McLennan worked as Audio-Visual/Computer Technician in schools until 2014. Pulling from layers of experience and current crises of the privileged, McLennan’s art is a channelling of evidence viewed through compulsion – expressed via photography, motion pictures, installation, and performance. Continue reading “Pinhole photography by Sandy McLennan”
We’ve had a brilliant response to this weeks #ilfordfridayfavourites theme of Where I live.
Here are a few of our favourite shots Continue reading “Friday favourites: Where I live”
After a couple of weeks off, I’ve really enjoyed putting together this weeks #ilfordfridayfavourites. I’ve been spoilt for choice with all of the great images that you’ve shared with us Continue reading “Friday favourites: 8th September”
Hi my name is Ribnar Mazumdar and I am a hybrid photographer.
Hybrid in the sense, I almost always shoot film but also enjoy my only digital camera – the Leica M Monochrom 246 and a digital workflow that includes Lightroom and Photoshop.
I love alternative photographic techniques like dry plates and brushed on emulsions. I am a darkroom fanatic – always exploring new ways to mash up digital with traditional analog techniques. I love all kinds of print processes – cyanotypes, salts, van dykes to name a few. I shoot all formats right from 35mm half frames up to 8×10 large format. Continue reading “Unleash that Reticulated Film Python”