The first book to tap into the growing audience for alternative and analogue photography in its many highly creative forms, Experimental Photography is a manifesto against visual homogenization
‘Brings the focus of photography back to the camera, the equipment and the techniques, showing that you don’t need filters to achieve organic and astonishing photographs’ – Amateur Photographer
‘… shows the flexibility of the medium when stripped down to its purest form … additional illustrated interviews with some of the most exciting practicing photographers in the field act as an aspirational resource for the reader’– Black & White Photography
This book celebrates the new creative processes in which early analogue processes such as collodion and salt printing are undergoing a widespread revival, and new ones are evolving in combination with digital technology.
Specially commissioned photoshoots illustrate easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions for some forty technical processes: cameraless techniques such as photograms and camera obscura; pinhole, toy and hand-built cameras; camera hacking; manipulating negatives and printing processes; and post-printing treatments such as mordançage and bleaching. These processes are accompanied by illustrated interviews with practising photographers such as Ackroyd & Harvey, Wayne M. Belger, Binh Danh, Ruth Erdt and Taiyo Onorato & Nico Krebs.
Marco Antonini is executive director and curator at NURTUREart, New York
Sergio Minniti is the creator of frankenphotography.com
Francisco Gómez is lab director at the art-space workshop Taller Milans in Barcelona
Gabriele Lungarella is lecturer in photography at IED Rome
|Autor||Luca Bendandi, Marco Antonini|
|Wydawca||Thames & Hudson|
|Format||23 x 17,5 cm|