Join our community

Use the alt. proc. map to find photographers in your area or to add yourself.

Use the alt. proc. map to find photographers in your area or to add yourself.

The community centers around people working in alternative photographic processes, and especially those who share knowledge or images. As you know, sharing is also learning!
The community is also about the personal meeting, online or offline, here is an example of a Wonderful Way to Meet. So, don’t hesitate to join in!

Find friends and build your network

Apart from contacting artists who have a gallery or contributors of articles, there are also several social media channels you can find contacts in.

Facebook groupFacebook group

Share your images, knowledge, events, articles and questions in our HUGE group.
Join our Facebook group

Facebook pageFacebook page

On our page you can follow our news, but not post stuff yourself.
Like our Facebook page.

Google+ pageGoogle+ page

Our news is posted on our Google+ page – just like the Facebook page, so if you prefer Google this is where you get it.
Follow our Google+ page.

Google+ pageGoogle+ community

You can join our Google+ community, which works (almost) like a Facebook group, to share your work, knowledge or news.
Join our Google+ community

YouTube channelYouTube channel

Our channel shows films made by us (with help of Antony Mournian). Contact us if you have made an instructional film about alt. proc. and we will add it to the channel.
Follow our YouTube channel

Pinterest great booksPintrest

On Pinterest we pin great books. Contact us or share your best alt. proc. book tips with us and we’ll add them too.
Follow our board


Quick news in one line. Follow our news or post your own.
Follow our Tweets


Quick news in one line. Follow our news or post your own.
Join our Flickr group

Open blog

In our Open blog our bloggers below post interesting work they come across, thoughts and subjects for discussion. Read and comment.

Nancy Breslin Blog

Nancy Breslin

Nancy Breslin works with a variety of techniques, including pinhole, cyanotype and gum, and teaches part-time at the University of Delaware.

Peter J. Blackburn

Peter J. Blackburn is a freelance photographer working in the Dallas, Texas area. For his alternative imagery, Peter chooses to work principally in tricolor with gum and casein bichromate processes.

Elizabeth Graves

Elizabeth Graves is an artist working with cyanotype, vandyke and collodion and a keen experimenter with all sorts of alternative photographic processes.


Sharing is learning

Share your knowledge

Visitors to this site are always looking for new ways or new processes. And, there are usual several versions of the same process. Share what you know.

Share your photography

Inspire others with your work and show it off.

Share events

If you are organising an event, workshop, meetup, a call for entries or anything else, share it, as long as it’s alt. proc.

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