Writer and photography / Peter J. Blackburn What’s a sun printer to do when the clouds march in? Peter J. Blackburn provides a few ideas. As a gum printer who depends upon cloudless sunny days to expose negatives, I am so thankful to live in Texas. More often than not, the sun is readily available …
Peter J. Blackburn illustrates a time when shifting in reverse was the best way to move forward!
Writer and photography / Peter J. Blackburn Peter J. Blackburn updates us on his progress with gum printing and his struggles with papers. In the five or so years since I wrote an essay for Alternative Photography describing my own personal working methods for gum printing, it would be fair to surmise that significant aspects have …
Writer and photography / Nancy Breslin A pinhole photographer arranged part of her holiday around the chance to be inside a giant camera. I just returned from a two week trip to the UK. Most of the time was spent visiting family (we saw over 30 relatives in five cities), but on the way from …
Nancy Breslin talks about two shows she is having in the month of April, both featuring pinhole photography.
Nancy Breslin reports that some vintage “alt photo” prints are on view in the mid-Atlantic US this spring.
Nancy Breslin chases down some pinhole photography in Canada and finds some related to the War of 1812.
If you have a pinhole camera, or have been itching to use one, this is a great excuse to take part in pinhole day 2012.
Nancy Breslin visits Francesca Woodman’s exhibition and discovers diazotypes.
Nancy Breslin is teaching alternative photographic processes at the Uni. Here we can follow her five week course. Week five and the course is finished.