Our contributors

AlternativePhotography.com is very much FOR you and BY you. Here is a list of the very generous people – photographers and teachers – who have shared their expertise and knowledge for others to do better art. If you have something to share, read how to write articles here. Alexey Alexeev Photographer and researcher of alternative and historical photographic processes and the first to learn the Wet-Plate Collodion Process in modern … Read more

Artists A-Z list by surnames

A list of all photographers working in alternative photographic processes on AlternativePhotography.com. Photographic groups   If you are a member of a photo group, contact us to have a group gallery here, this will help others find you. European Travelling Portfolio Glen Echo Photoworks Alternative Photographers Picto Benelux Uppsala Photographic Society Photograhers with a gallery on AlternativePhotography.com   If you are interested in read more how to show your work … Read more

Thank you!

Happy new year! (2017 in review)

A big thank you to all contributors to AlternativePhotography.com during 2017! During the year a lot of things happened, and many because of you! A big design change. The entire website was re-built with a new look. Phew… Over 150 artists have shared their work in the galleries: Artists by surname Artists by process Over 20 new “how to” articles have been written by sharing and caring contributors. Our Facebook … Read more

Impossible Project Silver Shade Film: so very temperature sensitive

The Impossible Project (the IP) has been releasing their re-engineered integral films for use in Polaroid cameras this year, and before trying out any manipulations or lifts, Elizabeth took two versions of their monochrome film for a test drive in a Polaroid 600 camera to view their unique characteristics.

Elizabeth Graves

Interview with Malin Fabbri

Robert Schaefer interviews Malin Fabbri, recently after the publication of the beginners guide to cyanotypes: Blueprint to Cyanotypes.

Open blog

Our bloggers In our Open blog our bloggers below post interesting work they come across, thoughts and subjects for discussion. Read and comment. Nancy Breslin Nancy Breslin works with a variety of techniques, including pinhole, cyanotype and gum, and teaches part-time at the University of Delaware.