TAG: Photographic Alternative Process

Wilks_Post_FEAT

The World is Flat, Until It’s Not: Definitions in Photography

by

In order to communicate effectively, words need to mean something.  Definitions must be made.  Labels must be had.  Humans are really great organizers.  We put things into categories and groups to easier understand and make sense of massive amounts of data. The problem?  We tend to get stuck or stay with what we know or…

Window_FEAT

Photography Beyond Technique: Windows

by

From yellow to blue all of the green dies.1 Everything extraneous has been removed from these photographs. They have been stripped to their essence and may now be encountered directly. They exist in themselves and are their only referent. They are not invisible. They contain no people, landscapes, still lives, reflections, or patterns. There is…

Real_Exp

B&H Real Exposures – An Interview with Jill Enfield

by

In this episode of  B&H Photo’s Real Exposures video podcast, David Brommer interviews photographer and Focal Press author Jill Enfield. Jill Enfield, one of the most experienced and respected hand-coloring artists in the United States, is a fine art, editorial, and commercial photographer. She has taught hand-coloring and non-silver techniques at Parsons The New School…

Enfield_5_FEAT

Jill Enfield’s Guide to Photographic Alternative Processes – Lumen Prints

by

Lumen prints are made by taking sheets of unexposed black-and-white photo paper and placing objects or negatives on top as if you were going to make a photogram, but instead of using an enlarger you take the paper out into the sun. The results will vary due to exposure times, density of photogram or negative,…

Latest Tweets

Stay Informed

Click here to register with Focal Press to receive updates.


about MasteringPhoto

MasteringPhoto, powered by bestselling Routledge authors and industry experts, features tips, advice, articles, video tutorials, interviews, and other resources for hobbyist photographers through pro image makers. No matter what your passion is—from people and landscapes to postproduction and business practices—MasteringPhoto offers advice and images that will inform and inspire you. You’ll learn from professionals at the forefront of photography, allowing you to take your skills to the next level.