ISBN Special Edition Signed and numbered book in a custom made clamshell box.
Limited Edition of 250 copies, each numbered and signed by the artist, and presented in a custom clamshell case.
SHIPPING NOVEMBER 2014. Nazraeli Press is thrilled to announce Michael Kenna’s long-anticipated monograph on France. Kenna first visited France in 1973 and has been photographing there since the early 1980s. He has produced thousands of photographs on subjects such as Mont St Michel, Le Notre’s Gard
Habemus colodium! Nearly four years after I last shot a plate, I’ve finally got my hands on collodion solution again. The summer ordering blitz paid off, and two mainland Chinese vendors came through. I’ll start with the collodion supplied by Aladdin (http://www.aladdin-e.com/) which is better documented. I have some Poe Boy mixed up and should be ready to shoot this weekend.
Can anyone explain why my mix turned yellow and settled out almost instantly? I used potassium iodide and bromide dissolved in water per John Coffer’s formula. The only difference is that I added some alcohol to the dissolved salts a few hours before mixing everything up. Should know soon enough if the formula is usable as is.
We all have a blind spot, both literally and metaphorically. Ansel Adams had one so big and powerful that he, Beaumont Newhall and a few others “disappeared” some very important and wonderful photographers from the history of photography. And in doing so they also helped “disappear” an important ...
Des négatifs par milliers, d'une valeur "inestimable": un habitant des Hautes-Alpes est au coeur d'une procédure judiciaire aux Etats-Unis sur l'héritage de Vivian Maier, photographe américaine sortie de l'ombre après sa mort en 2009 et désormais au panthéon du genre.
Nous avons tous des angles morts dans notre vision, à la fois littéralement et métaphoriquement. Ansel Adams en avait un si imposant et majeur que lui, Beaumont Newhall et quelques autres firent “disparaître” certains photographes importants et merveilleux de l'histoire de la photographie. Et ce ...
Website of Frederick Scott Archer, the Artist, Sculptor and Photographer who invented the collodion process in 1851; which over the next few years replaced the Daguerreotype and Calotype.It remained the preferred photographic process from the early 1850s unil the introduction of mass produced Dry Gelatin Plates in the late 1870s, early 1880s.He was born on 30th August 1814 in Hertford, Hertfordshire, England and not in 1813 in Bishops Stortford.