‘Impossible’ Tutorial – Emulsion Lifts

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We’re delighted to be working closer with The Impossible Project team as we continue to branch out and expand our reach with all things related to mobile photography. Analog post-processing of mobile images is becoming more and more popular and we’re going to make sure our readers are fully briefed on this very exciting development.

The Impossible Project is in many ways leading the way, but there is also a growing community of mobile artists and photographers experimenting with other analog post processing techniques in an attempt to make their mobile images stand out even more, in galleries, magazines and the like and we have viewed some outstanding images and techniques.

A good deal of my formal photographic training (many years ago) was spent in a huge college darkroom and it is an area that I’ve always enjoyed, I think you will too. I also had a very close working relationship with Polaroid built up through my years as Technical Editor for various UK photography print magazines/titles.

Today we are publishing a wonderfully creative tutuorial demonstrating how to realize emulsion lifts, a classic technique in which film is peeled apart and the clear front panel is dipped in warm water to free the emulsion layer from the plastic. These free-floating emulsions can then be placed on various papers or other materials.

Republished with kind permission of the Impossible team.

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Alternative Processes: Live Bacteria and Incredible Photographic Portraits

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Impermanence is a photographic project by South Korean artist Seung-Hwan OH, it’s very unusual. As he explains, ‘I use medium format colour positive film. And I think microbes eat gelatin which make light sensitive chemicles break out’.  ‘This creates an aesthetic of entangled creation and destruction that inevitably is ephemeral, and results in complete disintegration … Read moreAlternative Processes: Live Bacteria and Incredible Photographic Portraits

‘Impossible’ Interview with Meghan Davidson

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We’re delighted to be working closer with The Impossible Project team as we continue to branch out and expand our reach with all things related to mobile photography. Analog post-processing of mobile images is becoming more and more popular and we’re going to make sure our readers are fully briefed on this very exciting development.

The Impossible Project is in many ways leading the way, but there is also a growing community of mobile artists and photographers experimenting with other analog post processing techniques in an attempt to make their mobile images stand out even more, in galleries, magazines and the like and we have viewed some outstanding images and techniques.

A good deal of my formal photographic training (many years ago) was spent in a huge college darkroom and it is an area that I’ve always enjoyed, I think you will too. I also had a very close working relationship with Polaroid built up through my years as Technical Editor for various UK photography print magazines/titles.

Today we are publishing the thirtheeth of a series of ‘Impossible’ articles (to view the others, go here), this time with Meghan Davidson, a Photographer, Psychologist and University Professor in Nebraska.

You can find Meghan at Flickr here and Twitter here

 

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London Analogue Festival – 12 – 14 September 2014

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If you’re around in London this weekend then don’t miss the 2014 London Analogue Festival. The London Analogue Festival (LAF) is a unique experience of screenings, talks and exhibitions. The festival provides a platform to upcoming and promising independent talents working with analogue mediums today, to show that despite the dominance of digital technologies, proficiency in … Read moreLondon Analogue Festival – 12 – 14 September 2014

A Letter From Impossible’s CEO

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Dear Impossible Pioneers and Customers, In just a month from now, Impossible will move from the office and shop space it has occupied for the past four years on Broadway and Canal, in Manhattan, to a new space in Brooklyn. Sadly, we will also say goodbye to around half of Impossible’s current US employees, some … Read moreA Letter From Impossible’s CEO

Impossible Lab Review by MaryJane Sarvis

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We are delighted to publish this fabulous review of the Impossible Lab by our fabulous Columnist, MaryJane Sarvis.  We organised a lab to be sent out to her to test and test she did! In this review MaryJane strips it back to the first moment upon receipt, to the joy of experimenting with different techniques … Read moreImpossible Lab Review by MaryJane Sarvis

Alternative Processes – Using Your Mobile Phone To Create Cyanotypes

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As our regular readers will know, we have been looking at alternative post processing of mobile images for sometime. We have a Flickr group dedicated to this and we publish tutorials and additional information to help you make hard copies of your mobile images using alternative processes. We have published several articles already to our … Read moreAlternative Processes – Using Your Mobile Phone To Create Cyanotypes

‘Impossible’ Interview with Manoj Jadhav

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We’re delighted to be working closer with The Impossible Project team as we continue to branch out and expand our reach with all things related to mobile photography. Analog post-processing of mobile images is becoming more and more popular and we’re going to make sure our readers are fully briefed on this very exciting development. … Read more‘Impossible’ Interview with Manoj Jadhav

Alternative Processes – The Center for Fine Art Photography – Call For Entries Competition

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As our regular readers will know, we have been looking at alternative post processing of mobile images for sometime. We have a Flickr group dedicated to this and we will be publishing tutorials and additional information soon to help you make hard copies of your mobile images using alternative processes. We have published several articles … Read moreAlternative Processes – The Center for Fine Art Photography – Call For Entries Competition

Processing Your Mobile Images To Physical TinTypes and Ambrotypes – The Easy Way

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As many of our regular readers will be aware, we have been looking at alternative post processing of mobile images for sometime. Most notably with the Impossible PhotoLab, you can read our Impossible articles here. The Impossible Project is in many ways leading the way, but there is also a growing community of mobile artists … Read moreProcessing Your Mobile Images To Physical TinTypes and Ambrotypes – The Easy Way

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