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The Salt Print Manual By Ellie Young
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The salt print is the foundation of photography. William Henry Fox Talbot, known as the of photography, discovered the salt print process in 1834. The history of Talbot is quite remarkable. His early... More > discoveries were the foundation of numerous photographic and print processes, many still practiced today. Due to the inherent masking ability the salt print can create a greater tonal range than other photographic print processes. The challenge is to create negatives that reach this extraordinary range. The salt print offers flexibility in controlling the colour, tones and hues.< Less
2013 AlternativePhotography.com Calendar - Week starting on Sunday By Malin Fabbri
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The 4th AlternativePhotography.com calendar is created from a competition where 12 winning photographs were selected from 117 entries. All were made with an alternative photographic process, like... More > cyanotype, pinhole, kallitype, wet plate collodion or other. There is some really good work in there that you can enjoy all year!< Less
2013 AlternativePhotography.com Calendar - Week starting on Monday By Malin Fabbri
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The 4th AlternativePhotography.com calendar is created from a competition where 12 winning photographs were selected from 117 entries. All were made with an alternative photographic process, like... More > cyanotype, pinhole, kallitype, wet plate collodion or other. There is some really good work in there that you can enjoy all year!< Less
Spice Up Your Photos By Nitsa
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Creative photography techniques to put a spark in your photos. 103 pages of creative photography practices such as image transfers, texture layering, alternative photography and hand coloring... More > photos. In no time you will be able to take your ordinary pictures to the next level. Preview sample pages from the book at: http://issuu.com/nitsa/docs/spiceuppreview< Less
Markings 27 By John Hudson
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Markings 27 pays tribute to Tessa Ransford, who celebrates her 70th birthday this year, with an in-depth interview and commentaries on her life and work from friends and prominent figures. The... More > magazine also carries tributes to the late Angus Calder and Duncan Glen. Short stories come from Hugh McMillan and Lynn Otty while over thirty five poets are represented, including Tom Leonard, Tom Pow, Liz Niven, Chris Considine, Donald Adamson, James McGonigal, Maureen Sangster and Alan Franks. Scottish photographers visit Brittany and provide two photo-essays from Silvy Weatherall and Anne Darling. Alastair Reid’s and Tessa Ransford’s latest collections are reviewed by J B Pick, while John Hudson looks at the work of Susan Millar DuMars and Angela Patten. Peace is celebrated in a sequence of poems commissioned by The Bakehouse and Markings and printed in a special section in this issue.< Less
Markings 27 By John Hudson
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Markings 27 pays tribute to Tessa Ransford, who celebrates her 70th birthday this year, with an in-depth interview and commentaries on her life and work from friends and prominent figures. The... More > magazine also carries tributes to the late Angus Calder and Duncan Glen. Short stories come from Hugh McMillan and Lynn Otty while over thirty five poets are represented, including Tom Leonard, Tom Pow, Liz Niven, Chris Considine, Donald Adamson, James McGonigal, Maureen Sangster and Alan Franks. Scottish photographers visit Brittany and provide two photo-essays from Silvy Weatherall and Anne Darling. Alastair Reid’s and Tessa Ransford’s latest collections are reviewed by J B Pick, while John Hudson looks at the work of Susan Millar DuMars and Angela Patten. Peace is celebrated in a sequence of poems commissioned by The Bakehouse and Markings and printed in a special section in this issue.< Less
Ocean Of Childhood By William Gough
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A powerful and evocative poem about childhood in Newfoundland. William Gough, author of "Maud's House," "David Blackwood:Master Printmaker" and "Chips & Gravey" has... More > returned to print with this book-length biographical poem about the birth and early years of his father. This is Volume One of "My Father In The Arms Of A Poem" Quote:Of The Proper Lover: "Where the poems succeed in linking memory and philosophy, they exceed the limits of personal poetry and acquire a life of their own...." Toronto Star< Less
Wet Collodion Photography - A Short Manual By George Berkhofer
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A working manual on how to make a wet plate collodion glass negative, ambrotype, tintype and to print on historic albumen paper from the negatives. Second edition now includes instructions for making... More > salt-paper prints.< Less
Cache Valley Sunsets Calendar 2010 By David Densley
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The Cache Valley Sunsets Premium Calendar is printed on 100# white gloss cover stock. Has full color interior and cover with a white durable coil-bound binding. Standard U.S. Holidays... More > listed. Cache Valley Utah is located 90 miles north of Salt Lake City. This valley is surrounded by the Wellsville and Bear River mountains providing a great variety of beautiful scenic settings. Photos by professional photographer and local resident David Densley.< Less
My Summer in a Mormon Village By Florence Merriam
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Originally printed in 1894, two years before Utah's admission to the Union, "My Summer in a Mormon Village" is the fascinating first hand account of Florence Merriam, a native New Yorker... More > who traveled to Salt Lake City as a wild life observer. Merriam recounts her experiences and interactions with early members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, painting a detailed portrait of Utah's unique wildlife and late 19th century Mormon culture.< Less