http://www.pinhole.nl/index.htm ::. Bethany
de Forest (1966) Worlds of Magic....
one of Bethany's main activities was creating settings, which she then
With an ordinary
camera the images remained too distant. Her objective was to create
a "realistic" imaginary
world, in which one can supposedly wander around ....Pinhole
photography is able to capture this feeling.
http://www.papercams.com/gallery/photos.html ::. Thomas
Hudson Reeve takes pinhole photography to another level, since the
camera is the final image hmmmm ! sounds silly but before you give
check out this amazing style of work.
http://www.chrismccaw.com ::. Chris
McCaw from San Francisco, CA says:" My work captures those moments in
life when you really appreciate the world and how beautiful and strange
it can be. By working with the optics of my home made 7"x17" view
camera and printing in hand coated platinum/palladium."
http://www.fleminglunsford.com/index.html ::. Fleming
Lunsford's photography relies on alternative processes, mainly large
format pinhole camera work and Polaroid emulsion lifts.
http://web.mac.com/j.k.schreiber/JKSchreiber/Welcome_.html ::. J
Keith Schreiber does photography and print making. The Photographic
works have been printed using Platinum and Palladium printing processes.
http://www.andrzejlech.com/default2.asp ::. Andrzej
Lech has a refreshing collection of work. Pinhole photography, Polaroid
Image Transfer and much more.
http://www.jillskupinburkholder.com/ ::. Bromoil
http://www.darrylasher.com ::. Darryl
J.Asher: "Through my personal technique with Polaroid transfer photography,
I strive to create images that are both unique and familiar at once...
http://www.etheisen.com ::. Ernest
J. Theisen has been active in pictorial photography for over twenty
years. Ernest makes prints and teaches printmaking in virtually all
the pictorialist processes.
http://er3.com/donna ::. Donna
Hamil Talman: Combination printing of two processes: Van Dyke & Cyanotype
http://perso.wanadoo.fr/hamish/gumphoto.html ::. Hemish
Stewart's Gum Bichromate Photography, Great web site for information
the Gum Process, Also a Good selection of images in Gallery.
http://www.jgiudicelli.com ::. Jacqueline & Jean-Louis
are Gummists based in Paris; online we see a small gallery of small images.
http://home.att.net/~jeffrey.d.mathias ::. Jeffrey
D. Mathias /Platinum Palladium Photographic Printmaking. An endless image
gallery covering various topics.
http://www.xs4all.nl/~moroux/ ::. One
favorite sites for alternative process images; it is interesting to
note that this photographer insists on Kallitype and Van Dyke images
of the same process.
http://www.sx70.com/index.html ::. Her
work is in such intense colors that are quite a treat for the eyes.
http://www.sightphoto.com/sightphoto/cutright ::. Paul
Grant Cutright Polaroid image transfers and manipulations. These images
do what the best ones do: they bypass the rational parts of the brain
and stimulate a more basic, emotional response.
http://www.kerik.com ::. Famous
Fine Art Photographer Platinum Printer who needs no introduction.
http://www.carlweese.com/ ::. Carl
Weese's Photographs in Platinum and Silver; "For the past several
years almost all of my work has been large format photographs printed
by contact, mainly using hand-coated platinum/palladium papers."
http://www.bostick-sullivan.com/Gallery/Fokos/fokos.htm ::. David
Fokos's images of landscapes in platinum and palladium prints made from
http://home.wanadoo.nl/bkarhof ::. space
is a multiple experience, not a single framed issue. Since 1993 photographical
designer Bob Karhof experiments with multiple and sequential
http://photoarts.com/gallery/lousberg/Index.html ::. haunting
pinhole photography ... work well worth a visit
http://www.joachimknill.com/polgal/index.shtml ::. Joachim
Knill's most recent work consists of 20" X 30" Polaroid photographs
which he photographs with the world's largest portable instant film camera
designed and built by himself. The one of a kind photographs depict macro
still-life and surreal landscapes using fruits, plants, vegetables,
flowers, and other materials found in nature.
http://www.alternativephotography.com/ ::. Malin
Fabbri's incredible site is full of information on anything to do with
Alternative photography and processes. She took an MA in Design
studies at St. Martin's School of Design. Her thesis was 'Alternative
and that's how this site got started. Malin still lives and works in
http://www.silverprint.co.uk/ ::. Silverprint
Ltd, 12 Valentine Place, London SE1 8QH Tel 020 7620 0844 -
Suppliers of almost any chemical and other stuff related to darkroom
work of the traditional and the Alternative kind.
http://www.pipeline.com/~tomf2468/downloadsalt.html ::. Alternative Processes tutorials and pdf downloads.
http://www.hahnemuehle.com/ ::. Founded in 1584 we are the oldest German paper makers manufacturing papers for traditional and digital artists as well as industrial papers.
http://www.mikeware.demon.co.uk ::. Mike
Ware's Alternative Photography Pages The Science, History and Art
of the so-called "Alternative Photographic Processes' Information
seems endless but with a lack of images.
http://www.pinhole.com ::. The
Pinhole Visions web site provides organized access to all types of information
on pinhole photography, and most especially to the work of pinhole photographers.
This site is continually updated.
http://www.pinholeformat.com ::. Pinhole
photography Gallery. Pinhole photography uses a camera without a lens.
A very fine needle hole in a thin brass shim replaces the lens. Light
passes through the hole and an image is formed on film in the camera.
http://www.photoarts.com/pac/exhibition/sager/splash2.html ::. Tim
Sager's stereo pinhole photographs don't need to seek attention. Their
strong graphic elements are a cross between a dream and a reality.
http://www.artic.edu/~fendsley/Endsley_AltProc ::. Notes
on how to do various Alt-Processes by Fred Endsley who is a multimedia
artist, consultant, and Professor of Photography at The School of The
Art Institute of Chicago.