Tim Rudman is known by many for his work with Lith prints. Apart from substantial work with the process he is also author of several books.
Tim Rudman is a fine art photographer and printer who works in silver gelatine based printing processes and although he loves ‘pure’ black and white printing he has become more known for his pioneering work in Lith printing – and of course for his 4 books on Printing,Toningand onLith printing.
He commonly works in ongoing themes and would point out that the selections of works shown here reflect his limited relationship with the computer!
Tim qualified in medicine and surgery in the late 1960’s and for many years pursued his 2 loves of medicine and photography together but now devotes his time to photography. He has exhibited widely throughout the world and his work is held in several permanent and private collections.
Tim is a member and past chair of The London Salon of Photography. He is also a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain, where he sits on distinctions panels and for many years chaired the printing distinctions panel, of which he was a founder member in the 80’s. He conducts darkroom workshops as time allows, to date in the UK, Spain, Australia and America.
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