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Digital Negatives for palladium and other alternative processes By Ron Reeder
eBook (PDF): $10.00
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A complete manual for making high quality digital negatives for contact printing on alternative photographic processes. Describes two different methods, one using the Epson printer driver and the... More > other using the Quadtone RIP.< Less
Digital Negatives for palladium and other alternative processes By Ron Reeder
Paperback: $30.00
Prints in 3-5 business days
(2 Ratings)
A complete manual for making high quality digital negatives for contact printing on alternative photographic processes. Describes two different methods, one using the Epson printer driver and the... More > other using the Quadtone RIP.< Less
Digital Contact Negatives: For Colour Gum Printing By Keith Taylor
eBook (PDF): $2.94
Master printer Keith Taylor explains how to create digital contact negative colour separations for making full-colour gum bichromate prints. First published in Ag magazine.
From the Negative to the Fine Art Digital Print By Barry Thornton
eBook (PDF): $12.69
Barry Thornton investigates the switch from darkroom to digital in making fine art inkjet prints from film negatives. This includes advice on 16-bit scanning, tone adjustment and retouching, and the... More > optimum qualities of a negative for scanning, including film processing. Originally published as a four-part series in Ag magazine.< Less
my basement negatives By Michael Sydney-Smith
Hardcover: $1,580.33
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Unique Black & White 120 mm photographic archive taken between 1968 and 1971 by an undergraduate at University College London. This is rare backstage viewpoint of one UCL student's life and of... More > his random wanderings and encounters in the great London Metropolis as well as of his journeys abroad. In a non-digital age, few captured this precise social milieu and as such this photographic collection charts a rare local history of the late 60's and early 70's.< Less
Winnetou, Micro Tales, Hoodies, and the Physicality of Digital Art By Marlies Bugmann
Hardcover: $140.00
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Photo book. Digital photography allows the snapping of hundreds of images without having to reload a film after a 36-negative roll is full, and they can be viewed all around the world in a matter of... More > seconds. The digital publishing of written works allows the publishing of books without harming any trees. Tablet and stylus allow for the creation of drawings, paintings, sketches, even watercolours without the traditional mess, smells, and associated clutter of utensils, not to mention the obsolete requirement of space for easel, paint boxes, canvasses or other paraphernalia. It’s a wonderful new experience; create to your heart’s content. Dabble in bold shapes and outrageous colours as long as the electricity keeps powering the computer, the tablet or the app. But there is no physical copy of anything ... this is my album, and when printed, it will be a physical representation of my digital creations.< Less
Death of the CD: Rise of the Download By James Byrne
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A look at how digital music is negating the need for album artwork.
Death of the CD: Rise of the Download By James Byrne
Paperback: $17.23
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A look at how digital music is negating the need for album artwork.
'Twixt The Cup And The Lip #3 (Letting the language speak itself?) By Curt Cloninger
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Residual traces of an in-studio performance series by Curt Cloninger. 26 May 2011. A phrase is chosen and massaged through various digital/analog/software/human contortions. In this case, the seed... More > phrase is "Letting the language speak itself?" -- taken from the last half of the last sentence of Mark Amerika's Sentences on Remixology 1.0. This seed phrase is performed four different times. The semantic traces of these four performances have been collected in this b00k, along with screen shots from the performances, and citations from historical texts relevant to the concept of this performance series. Finally, Mark Amerika's Sentences on Remixology 1.0 is cited in its entirety. This b00k is part of a larger project located at http://deepyoung.org/current/remixthebook/ (where you will find streaming videos of all four performances). That larger project is part of an even larger project located at http://remixthebook.com .< Less
'Twixt The Cup And The Lip #3 (Letting the language speak itself?) By Curt Cloninger
Paperback: $7.00
Prints in 3-5 business days
Residual traces of an in-studio performance series by Curt Cloninger. 26 May 2011. A phrase is chosen and massaged through various digital/analog/software/human contortions. In this case, the seed... More > phrase is "Letting the language speak itself?" -- taken from the last half of the last sentence of Mark Amerika's Sentences on Remixology 1.0. This seed phrase is performed four different times. The semantic traces of these four performances have been collected in this b00k, along with screen shots from the performances, and citations from historical texts relevant to the concept of this performance series. Finally, Mark Amerika's Sentences on Remixology 1.0 is cited in its entirety. This b00k is part of a larger project located at http://deepyoung.org/current/remixthebook/ (where you will find streaming videos of all four performances). That larger project is part of an even larger project located at http://remixthebook.com .< Less