Thursday, March 26 - 12:00PM to 1:15PM
Powerful new digital tools are presently transforming the medium in significant ways. However,
a second resurgence of interest in alternative processes is occurring simultaneously both
in photographic practice and in the classroom.
This topic will be discussed to provide ideas and concerns from a working educator who
teaches with these materials and processes, while merging digital tools and ancient techniques.
The relevance of historic process and the new digital materials will be described with applications
of the new digital negative processes emphasized. Films, materials, pitfalls and concerns
about matching negative to specific process will all be discussed, as well as a brief walk
through the significant adjustments the medium has already experienced historically-whilst
landing on its feet!