A Digital Workflow For Analog Photography

A Workflow for Analog Photography

The past five years or so we have witnessed a revival of film photography. The simplicity of taking pictures with film, the authenticity as well as the concentration required to take a picture has attracted many photographers in recent years. The workflow for analog photography is very different from the workflow used in digital photography.

Film photography has its place besides digital photography. Many photographers produce both analog as well as digital images, as both have their advantages. For me, both have their value and attraction. New initiatives like CineStill are now available, which aim to make the film development process more easy and accessible. There are also many websites selling used analog cameras for very reasonable prices. You don’t have to started with a Leica film camera of $2.000. There are many alternatives for a much lower prices, enabling you to try and experience whether film photography is for you.

There is a whole generation of photographers who have never been in touch with film photography before. That’s why I wrote a book on the workflow for analog photography as a starting point to those photographers who want to get acquainted with it or renew their experience with film photography, using tools that are available in a digital world. 

Most of this book applies to both black and white as well as colour film photography. Some aspects, such as the film development process, focus on black and white film photography only.

A Digital Workflow for Analog Photography

The book will soon be available through Amazon and other outlets, both as an eBook as well as a printed version. I will keep you posted through the usual channels.

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