Alternative process photography for the contemporary photographer : a beginner's guide / Morgan Post.

Author
Post, Morgan [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
New York, NY : Routledge, 2023.
Description
xiv, 300 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 27 cm

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"A comprehensive textbook, Alternative Process Photography for the Contemporary Photographer explores the ways in which the materiality and science of photography and aesthetic concepts of contemporary photography can work together in an accessible way. The text explores what the processes such as calotype, wet plate collodion, cyanotype, platinum and palladium, gum bichromate, and digital, this book explains not only the historical context behind these processes but draws on examples from contemporary practitioners to show how the processes can be used within the field of contemporary photography. Author Morgan Post exemplifies the creative ways in which a contemporary photographer can engage with alternative process photography as a beginner, and includes contributions from Takashi Arai, Alida Rodrigues, Binh Danh, Diana H. Bloomfield, and many others from around the world. The textbook is accompanied by a companion website offering accessible step-by-step video instructions, demonstrating the processes explored in the textbook. Bridging analogue and digital media, the textbook is ideal for students of photography and amateur photographers with an interest in alternative methods to photography"-- Provided by publisher.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references (pages 287-289) and index.
Contents
  • Contemporary artists and methods
  • Introduction to radiant energy
  • Introduction to print media
  • Photography and community.
ISBN
  • 9780367609030 ((hardback))
  • 0367609037
  • 9780367609023 ((paperback))
  • 0367609029
LCCN
2021059894
OCLC
1288272594
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