|"For more than 20
years, THE BASIC DARKROOM BOOK has been the standard
reference for photographers who process and print their
own color and black-and-white photos."
Basic Darkroom Book
by Tom Grimm (Photographer), Jerry Burchfield, Michele
District News Magazine
The award-winning monthly magazine for the
visual creative, has been covering the
professional photographic industry for over two
decades. Every month it delivers news and
analysis, interviews and portfolios that keep
you informed on everything that's happening in
the world of photography.
both the beginner & the professional ideas and
techniques for designing, building, & equipping
darkrooms. Covers such topics as the Kodak RA color
system, the environmental impact of the darkroom, the
conversion & enhancement of images transmitted via
New Darkroom Handbook
by Joe Demaio, Robin Worth, Roberta Worth, Dennis P.
Specifically aimed toward the large format
photographer. Each issue provides in-depth
interviews with portfolios by respected
photographers, new and used equipment reviews,
workshop listings, and articles providing
technical information for the large format
photographer that cannot be found in any other
textbook introduces the fundamental principles of the
craft and science of photography, such as optics, light,
photometry, sensitometry, chemistry, and perception. The
second edition adds a chapter on digital photography."
Photographic Materials and Processes
by Leslie D. Stroebel (Editor), Richard D. Zakia, Ira
Current, John Compton
Spot Photography Magazine
Blind Spot publishes new and
never-before-published works by the world's most
renowned artists and discovers vital new work by
up-and-coming artists. The collaboration of the
editors and the ideas expressed by the
individual artists make each issue of Blind Spot
emerge as a single work of art.
"recipes" are clearly detailed in an
easy-to-follow textbook format, with such new processes
as the Fredrick Temperaprint (a tricolor system based on
gum dichromate) and the Argyrotype (an iron-silver
process similar to Van Dyke)."
into Focus: A Step-by-Step Guide to Alternative
Photographic Printing Processes
by John Barnier (Editor)
For 95 years, Professional Photographer
magazine has helped readers advance careers in
the photographic industry. Each issue contains
practical yet cutting edge lessons for both
the business and artistic sides of
book gives comprehensive step by step instruction for so
many different techniques I was amazed that only one
photographer wrote it. She certainly knows her
stuff! It was easy to understand and to work with.
I learned so much from this book..."
by Theresa Airey
cherish my subscription to Contact Sheet as
I get to see work that I would not see
otherwise. ...what draws me to this
journal is the work of emerging artists is
being showcased and is presented to a larger
audience than a regional gallery/workshop
would otherwise be able to cater to."
powerful black and white images make you stop and think.
It's a good photography book. But, even if you're not
into photography, the Southern flavor of his anecdotal
references to each photo is worth reading."
Black and White Photography: Shooting and Darkroom
by J. D. Hayward
Society of America Journal
The PSA Journal, the monthly magazine, is
full of how-to articles, valuable
photographic information, and great
photographs. The Photographic Society of
America (PSA) is the largest organization
of its kind in the world, bringing
together amateur and professionals in all
the varied fields of photography.
purchased this book before I first started using my
darkroom. Since then, all the questions I've had, have
been answered by this book. This book will tell you
everything you need to know about darkrooms and
Black-And-White Darkroom Dataguide
(Kodak Publication, No. R-20.)
For over the 75 years of its existence,
Photo Marketing Association
International (PMAI) has grown and
evolved to meet the changing needs of
the continuously expanding imaging
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Marketing Magazine as the second most
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Bible for color negative and print processing...this
book is essential to those who are interested in
developing color prints. This is the exact book that
Kodak has for black and white, except the information
pertains to color negatives, slides, and prints. A must
have for serious photographers."
Color Darkroom Dataguide
Aperture was launched in 1952, in
California, by some of photography's
greatest practitioners: Ansel Adams,
Dorothea Lange, Barbara Morgan, and
Minor White among others. It was the
founders' desire to communicate with
serious photographers and creative
excellent book for serious darkroom fanatics...easy
to understand concise language, how to make your own
developers, toners, fixers, reducers etc. Stephen
Anchell gives you the formulas to reproduce, in your own
darkroom, a host of great developers..."
by Steve Anchell
& White Magazine
Black & White Magazine is the
premier high-quality magazine of
black and white photography for
collectors of fine photography.
At the core of each issue are 10
Spotlight articles that feature a
selection of work by collectible
artists—mature masters as well as
promising emerging photographers.
covers platinum and palladium printing in a very
logical, thorough manner. If you have never done Pt/Pd,
you will get all the introduction necessary to buy a kit
and get started."
and Palladium Printing
the gap between the more theoretical aspects of the
photographic process and the popular empirical
procedures used by many photographers in the attempt to
predict and control the quality of their photographs in
the Zone System
by Phil Davis
virtually anything do do with black and white
processing. Provides all the 'How To" so lacking in
Monochrome Darkroom Practice: A Manual of
Black-And-White Processing and Printing
by Jack Howard Roy Coote, Keith Watson (Contributor)
a precise system for creating high quality prints in the
darkroom. A definite
addition for any serious printer. Even a beginner can
distill good information and learn..."
Light: The Art and Craft of Using Variable Contrast
by Eddie Ephraums
step-by-step guide to designing and building an
inexpensive but professional-quality home darkroom. With it, you can
build a high-quality darkroom in your basement, spare
room, closet, bathroom, garage, attic or almost
Your Own Home Darkroom
by Lista Duren, Will McDonald, Billy McDonald
sequential arrangement of photographic topics arranged
to instruct the reader in camera use, film development
and print making. There are suggestions to personalize
picture making as well.
& White Photography for 35mm: A Guide to Photography
and Darkroom Techniques
by Richard Mizdal
you familiar with the dark room but you want to know
more? This book will help you tremendously. When I first
read this book I learned so many new techniques that I
never knew. This book you will never stop learning from."
by Hubert C. Birnbaum
written and organized. Gives detailed
"how-to" for most everything you might want to
Black and White Handbook: The Ultimate Guide to
by Roger Hicks, Frances Schultz (Contributor)
you like two very accomplished and successful
photographers to help mentor you through the trial and
error as you fine tune your own procedures? If so, then
"Quality in Photography" is for you."
in Photography: How to Take, Process, and Print
by Roger Hicks, Frances Schultz
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