You’ll see some new articles on the website today, additional articles are coming soon! Be sure to check out Bree Lamb’s interview with Angie Pember Brockey who creates the most amazing collodion jewelry! Read about Dave Butcher’s intro to the darkroom, Robert Hirsh’s interview with Les Cookson, and Jeffery Jay Luhn’s visit to the Weston darkroom.
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The Handmade Photograph came about as a wild idea, an e-zine and website for photographers, educators and artists who make or want to learn about silver gelatin photographic prints, historic process prints, pinhole photographs, hand-coated inkjet prints, hand-colored photographs and prints on metal. Why not explore image capture and output with a friendly group of photographers and writers contributing excellent content? A ‘no fluff’ approach to making photographs. With two successful printed issues published in 2014, I’m currently re-evaluating how
Hope you are having an enjoyable winter, even if the weather isn’t to your liking. I’m kinda tired of all the snow already, but staying inside gives me plenty of time to sort through things, clear off my desk and start back on some projects that got pushed aside because of some important and unforeseen distractions that started back in December! You are probably wondering where the next issue of The Handmade Photograph is…it is in the works, I promise!
It’s been a crazy whirlwind year! Thanks very much for following us on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Pinterest and other social media. I’ll be the first to say that launching a magazine has been a challenging but rewarding experience! My hearty thanks go out to our authors, Designer of the first two issues Carl Jablonski and especially to Roberta Knight and Chris Boswell
Just wanted to catch everyone up on some housekeeping here at THP! You may have noticed our site was down for a little while—we are making some changes to make it easier to keep the site in tip top shape. We have a new designer on board, you may have noticed his new logo designed for us on the top of this website. David Hildebrand and I worked together for many years at ILFORD and we are happy to have