The Book of Alternative Photographic Processes

Author: Christopher James

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9780766820777

Category: Design

Page: 386

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---- James brings the art of hand-coated and alternative photography to a new level…The Book of Alternative Photographic Processes will become the new standard text for alternative hand-coated photography. -- quoted from Dick Sullivan, Founder and Co-Owner, Bostick & Sullivan.***Photographic artists and students will welcome this full-color, comprehensive technical resource that explores every aspect of alternative photography. Written in a highly accessible style, each of the book’s chapters introduces the history of a technique, presents an overview of the relevant alternative or non-silver photographic process, reviews its chemistry, and provides practical guidance in how to make it work. Traditional and digital contact negative production are featured- plus an array of processes including cyanotype, Van Dyke, Kallitype, gum bichromate, platinum/palladium, Ziatype, Ambrotype, and hand-applied emulsions.***---- The Book of Alternative Photographic Processes is both landmark and guide. It’s where we’ve been, where we are now, and where we’re going. Photography’s classic methods and materials are explained, explored, extended, and reinvented, while marching well into the age of inkjet and digital. -- quoted from Judy Seigel, Founder and Editor, The World Journal of Post Factory Photography.

Book of Alternative Photographic Processes

Author: CTI Reviews

Publisher: Cram101 Textbook Reviews

ISBN: 1467284653

Category: Education

Page: 94

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Facts101 is your complete guide to Book of Alternative Photographic Processes. In this book, you will learn topics such as as those in your book plus much more. With key features such as key terms, people and places, Facts101 gives you all the information you need to prepare for your next exam. Our practice tests are specific to the textbook and we have designed tools to make the most of your limited study time.

Art photography now

Author: Susan Bright

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9783899041866


Page: 224

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Cet ouvrage présente le travail de76 des plus importants artistes photographes d'aujourd'hui : Andreas Gursky, Thomas Struth, Cindy Sherman, Jeff Wall, Sophie Calle, Wolfgang Tillmans, Nan Goldin, Martin Parr, Allan Sekula, Boris Mikhailov, Inez Lamsweerde, Stéphane Meisel, Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Sam Taylor-Wood, en sept chapitres, selon le sujet - le portrait, le paysage, le récit, l'objet, la mode, le documentaire et la ville.

Alternative Photographic Processes

Crafting Handmade Images

Author: Brady Wilks

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1317612477

Category: Photography

Page: 210

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Alternative Photographic Processes teaches techniques, both analog & digital, allowing artists to bring a personal touch through manipulation of a photograph, the negative, and the print. This book stands apart from recent publications on alternative processes by presenting a range of new approaches and methods to achieve popular techniques, as well as providing step-by-step guidance for an array of unique techniques meant to inspire artists working in various mediums. Through detailed guidance, working artist examples, and info about the contemporary use of these processes, this book will provide instruction for students, educators, and artists to expand their creative toolbox.

Alternative Photographic Processes

A Working Guide for Image Makers

Author: Randall Webb,Martin Reed

Publisher: N.A


Category: Photography

Page: 160

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“Amply illustrated...provides an overview of alternative printing processes, such as salt printing and photo etching....Takes a straightforward, how-to approach to each of these unique and often complicated processes in a series of short chapters. Each chapter provides some historical background, a shopping list, and then outlines the method of making prints....Valuable to anyone who wishes to make photographs safely and competently....Recommended for both public and academic libraries.”—Library Journal.

Blueprint to Cyanotypes

Exploring a Historial Alternative Photographic Process

Author: Gary Fabbri


ISBN: 141169838X

Category: Art and photography

Page: 68

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The cyanotype is often the first alternative process that people try. Digital photography has given this historical process new life. Now you can create negatives in your computer and develop the prints in the sun, combining one of the earliest photographic techniques with the latest. The cyanotype process is a perfect compliment to today's digital photography, whether you are making creative prints or fine art. It gives experienced photographers and artists a great excuse to take their eyes off the computer screen and get their hands dirty. Blueprint to cyanotypes is all you need to get started with cyanotypes. It is full of information and tips. It is also inspiration to see samples of 19 artists currently working with cyanotypes. Blueprint to cyanotypes is published by - a website and information center for alternative photographic processes, dedicated to education and research.

Coming into focus

a step-by-step guide to alternative photographic printing processes

Author: John Barnier

Publisher: Chronicle Books Llc


Category: Photography

Page: 296

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The only comprehensive, how-to guide to antique and contemporary photo processes, from daguerreotype to digital, Coming Into Focus is the essential reference for the amateur and professional photographer. The mysterious and beautiful processes used by historic and modern art photographers—many of which don't require a formal darkroom—are revealed here in simple, step-by-step instructions and photographic illustrations by internationally recognized experts, with each method carefully reviewed for safety and ease of use.The many 'non-traditional' processes detailed here offer photographers exciting alternatives to standard methods—opening up whole new worlds of creative expression. With practical, lay-flat binding, all-inclusive materials lists, a resource guide, and in-depth chapters on chemicals, paper, and equipment, Coming Into Focus is an indispensable, handbook for any photographer in search of answers and inspiration.

New Dimensions in Photo Processes

A Step-by-step Manual in Alternative Photography

Author: Laura Blacklow

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 0240807898

Category: Photography

Page: 312

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Clear instructions and step-by-step photographs teach you how to mix chemicals and apply light-sensitive emulsions by hand, how to create imagery in and out of the darkroom, how to translocate Polaroid photos and magazine and newspaper pictures, and how to alter black-and-white photographs. Four color throughout for the first time, this redesigned fourth edition of New Dimensions in Photo Processes beautifully highlights the work of internationally known artists such as Robert Rauschenberg, Todd Walker, and most recently Doug and Mike Starn. An invaluable list of supply sources (including e-mail addresses) from throughout North America and Europe is included at the end of the book. Landscape layout allows for easy readability in the lab! * Now in a new landscape design with beautiful full color images throughout * Learn about digital methods of color separation and making negatives * Clear instructions and step-by-step photographs make learning new processes easy

Photography Beyond Technique: Essays from F295 on the Informed Use of Alternative and Historical Photographic Processes

Author: Tom Persinger

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1317818059

Category: Photography

Page: 240

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Photography is not dying and has not died. It has been an ever-changing medium since its earliest days, and while near-obsession with the technology of the day may have defined photography over the course of its existence, photography is so much more than hardware and software. Photography is communication, whether chemical or digital, tangible or ephemeral in form. Photography Beyond Technique is a compelling selection of essays and images that reveal the thoughts and methods of some of today’s most exciting contemporary photographers. These artists employ alternative, historical, or handmade processes and techniques, and they share a comprehensive view of the medium: that the choice of photographic process is just as important as the selection of subjects. While other books concentrate solely on process, or theory, or artistic intent, none focus on photography in which these decisions are considered inseparable. These 20 essays, originally presented at the annual F295 symposium and seminar series, provide a thought-provoking read for anyone interested in photography as an art form and as a medium through which to view the world. Includes: "Looking Backward, Seeing Forward: Reframing Visual History" by Robert Hirsch "Mystery, Memory, and Narrative" by Martha Casanave "Finding Confidence: Combining Process with Purpose" by Mark Osterman "Photograph, Material, and Metaphor" by Jerry Spagnoli


Historical and Alternative Photography

Author: Peter Mrhar

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781492844594

Category: Photography

Page: 109

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Cyanotype is truly refreshing among the variety of books on historical and alternative photographic processes, since the author presents some old and almost forgotten techniques that are not seen in any recent book, and reveals some of the almost "secret," newer methods, such as production of bi-color cyanotype, double exposure techniques, etc... The book guides the reader with detailed descriptions and clear pictorial step-by-step instructions through the entire process of creating cyanotypes. At the beginning, we learn how to make chemicals, how to choose right paper, how to make digital negatives, how to expose the image, how to coat the paper with emulsion, and the like. In the following chapters are detailed descriptions on how to develop photographs, a large number of popular and some almost forgotten techniques of a simple one- and two-color toning of cyanotype, descriptions of making photograms, and a bit more challenging chapters of cyanotype printing on glass, stone and fabrics. The book does not lack practical examples of cyanotype for creating business cards, postcards, printed T-shirts and the like.

Der Geist

Author: Lawrence, Iain

Publisher: Verlag Freies Geistesleben

ISBN: 3772540619

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 328

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Er war mager, weiß wie Kreide, ein Gipsjunge in weiten, ausgebeulten Kleidern ... An mehr als hundert Samstagen hatte er keinen einzigen Zug verpasst. Wunderbar erzählt ist diese Geschichte eines Jungen, der als Albino für immer ausgestoßen zu sein meint, bis er von überraschender Seite Zuneigung findet und eine ganz andere Seite des Lebens kennen lernt.

Primitive Photography

A Guide to Making Cameras, Lenses, and Calotypes

Author: Alan Greene

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1136092692

Category: Photography

Page: 240

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Primitive Photography considers the hand-made photographic process in its entirety, showing the reader how to make box-cameras, lenses, paper negatives and salt prints, using inexpensive tools and materials found in most hardware and art-supply stores. Step-by-step procedures are presented alongside theoretical explanations and historical background. Streamlined calotype procedures are demonstrated, featuring different paper negative processes and overlooked, developing-out printing methods. Primitive Photography combines the simplicity of pinhole photography, the handmade quality of alternative processes, and the precision of large-format. For those seeking alternatives to commercially prepared material as well as digital photography, it provides the instructions for creating the entire photographic process from the ground up. Given its scope and treatment of the photographic process as a whole, this may be the first book of its kind to appear in over a century.

Photographic Possibilities

The Expressive Use of Concepts, Ideas, Materials, and Processes

Author: Robert Hirsch

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 1317329538

Category: Photography

Page: 280

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The long-awaited new edition of this seminal text features clear, reliable, step-by-step instructions on innovative alternative and traditional photographic processes. Over and above a full update and revision of the technical data, there are new sections on digital negative making, electrophotography, and self-publishing. Foremost practioners, including Edward Bateman, Dan Burkholder, Tom Carpenter, Mark Osterman, France Scully Osterman, Jill Skupin Burkholder, Brian Taylor, and Laurie Tümer, have contributed their expertise to this edition. Perfect for practitioners or students of handmade photography, the book covers classic black-and-white film and paper processes, hand-coated processes like Cyanotype, and Platinum/Palladium. Also featured is an enhanced section on gum bichromate, invaluable instruction on workflow, and the integration of digital, promoting the effective union of one’s concepts, materials, and processes. The book showcases work and commentary from more than 150 international artists.

Historic Photographic Processes

Author: Richard Farber

Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Inc.


Category: Photography

Page: 241

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This volume covers many of the historic photographic processes of the 19th century, describing how to make the images, with detailed supply lists. Chapters on safety, chemicals and resources, as well as a list of useful Internet sites, are included.