Tag: into the darkroom mini series

  • Into the Darkroom: Developer Trays of Famous Photographers

    written by denisesanjose on 2012-07-12 #videos
    Into the Darkroom: Developer Trays of Famous Photographers

    In his ongoing "Developer Trays" series, John Cyr aims to preserve the antiquated process of silver gelatin printing by documenting the paraphernalia used by famed photographers and institutions. See the darkroom developing trays once owned by masters like Ansel Adams, Sally Mann, and the Smithsonian.

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  • Into the Darkroom: Daguerreotypes and the Beginnings of Photography

    written by denisesanjose on 2012-06-12 #videos
    Into the Darkroom: Daguerreotypes and the Beginnings of Photography

    "Into the Darkroom" is a mini series about photo processing, developing, labs, and, well, darkrooms! For the first installment, we're sharing this informative video about the first commercially successful photographic process: the daguerreotype. Learn how photographs were made way back in the 19th century. A must-see for every Lomographer!

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  • Into the Darkroom: London's Last Labs

    written by denisesanjose on 2012-06-18 #news
    Into the Darkroom: London's Last Labs

    In his series "The Last One Out, Please Turn On the Light," photographer Richard Nicholson nostalgically documents the last existing darkrooms in London. While he doesn't despise digital, he can't let go of film photography either. Keeping analogue alive is a goal we share then! Read more about the project here.