Happy New Year!
Here is a quick summary of some of January’s discussions:
Cliché-verre with sand.
BRNO Dry Caps and other ways to alleiviate the horrors of lens mould!
Bellows, brass, black paint! DIY view cameras.
Women Photojournalist’s (Library of Congress)
Pictorilist – F. Holland Day
Atget – 100 Years Later
The Calotype Society and the other The Calotype Society
The calendar everyone has been waiting for! LoFi 2021!
A5 duplex (PDF ~120MB) and A4 (PDF ~120MB)
Our February meetings are Tuesday the 9th from 6:30pm and Wednesday the 24th from 10:30am – DM on social media or drop us an email if you would like to join in – all welcome.
Edinburgh has a long history of Salt Prints. Ranging back to the late 1830’s Hill and Adamson used the technique to produce prints using Talbot’s process. One of their subjects was the fishing village of Newhaven.
Last summer Edinburgh LoFi had an Extraordinary Meeting of the Edinburgh Calotype Club at Newhaven, to pay homage to the first photographic society in the world.
Some of the negatives have now been made into Salt Prints and a Japanese bound album has been made to hold them.