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|meidie||9:15am on Saturday, August 21st, 2010|
|2-Leitz V35 Focomats, each with its own 40/2.8 Focotar. Excellent quality enlargers. Comes with timers and extra halogen bulbs. I have used many enlargers during my 30 years with photography and I must say that Focomat V35 is simply the best equipment money can buy.|
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|Overpriced. Sharp lense, but I prefer the Nikkor 50mm/2.8 lense with a Durst 370 or 670. The Nikkor looks more black&white. As it was said by the Leica CEO just recently. "Leica produces cameras and, at one time, enlargers to show the unsurpassed quality of their lenses".|
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Volume 6 Edition 2 International Edition
Silvershotz: The International Journal of Fine Art Photography
UK 8.00 Benelux 12.99
Cover: Tree with exposed roots Tim Rudman Above: Tulips with white vase Carol Hicks
Editorial News Tim Rudman Paul Foley
Trees in the Mist Spirit and Vision Botanicals
Darkroom & Digital Workshop Alan Thompson Carol Hicks
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Part 2 of 6 by Andy Cross The Spirit of Flowers Irving Penn: Small Trades
Darkroom to Lightroom Collecting Photography
The Colourful World of Black & White
Auction Report Silvershotz Directory Book Review
Workshop Part 2 of 6 by Ray Spence & Tony Worobiec Part 2 of 3 Seminar notes from the Meyer gallery
Unfortunately many people did not survive and have lost a job, investment funds, a business and perhaps even a home. It appears that in countries around the world a complete financial melt down has been averted and confidence is returning. If you were unlucky in any of those areas you have my compassion and I urge you to take heart as we are now on the rising wave. A magazine is not exactly an essential item on a shopping list. We could not have survived without the loyal support of our readers who decided to continue to subscribe; to all of you who have spent the money on renewing your subscription the team at Silvershotz sincerely thank you for keeping us alive. Like most companies that survive we have reached a 12th year milestone and emerged stronger than ever before with our readership growing in 16 countries, additional advertisers and even more media exchange partners. Next year we add Madrid to our international list of photography fairs. The 2009 folio edition attracted a record number of entries with the jury panel only selecting 35 artists to be featured in this years journal. Look out for the folio in bookstores from December 1st 2009.
As I write this editorial the dust is slowly settling from the financial storm.
Clive Waring-Flood Editor Be informed Be inspired As most of our readers are aware we sell the magazine as a Volume set. All Volume sets from 1, and 4 have been sold out. It appears that we will only have 65 collectors sets of Volume 5, Edition 1 to 6 available. These will be made available for purchase on our website from December 1st 2009 and once sold, well thats it folks. Keep those magazines as they are increasing in value. We look forward to travelling the road with you for an exciting and positive 2010. Due to the high volume of submissions I need to remind all those wanting to submit work that we do have strict guidelines which should be observed. The submission guidelines are available on our website www.silvershotz.com I encourage everyone in all countries to submit work for consideration. To increase your chances of success follow the guidelines. All submissions are looked at and given every consideration. As part of our commitment to emerging artists next year we will be providing folio reviews and increased services to galleries and collectors.
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Full details of the photomonth 09 programme will be on www.photomonth.org
Thursday 12 November 7pm Whitechapel Gallery, 77-82 Whitechapel High Street E1 7QX (Aldgate East tube). Mark Neville delivers this years lecture. He is best known for his Port Glasgow Book Project where he produced a coffee table book of social documentary style images which he then delivered free to all 8,000 homes in the Port.Booking essential 7888 www.whitechapel.org/event
1 October 30 November 2009 PHOTOMONTH 09 is a photographic feast. Discover over 150 exhibitions and events in more than 85 galleries and spaces across East London and the City. Major artists exhibiting this year include Eugene Richards, Jim Goldberg, Jenny Matthews, Nadav Kander, Terry ONeill, Tom Hunter and Sophie Calle, with many exciting emerging artists who have chosen to show in a wide variety of interesting venues from the Crypt at Christ Church to Lennies Snack Bar. photomonth is the only photography festival in London and the largest in the UK.
Photomonth 09 East London Photography Festival Photomonth Lecture
Miami International Art Fair | Jan 7-10, 2010 Art Palm Beach | Jan 15-19, 2010 The Witzenhausen Gallery Amsterdam/New York is bringing the photography works of Dutch artist, Hendrik Kerstens to Miami International Art Fair and Art Palm Beach. When Hendrik Kerstens decided to dedicate himself entirely to photography in 1995, he turned to a model very near at hand: his daughter Paula. He wanted to document all the important moments in her life, to be there, to capture something of the fleeting moments that
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fade from memory all too quickly. The inquisitive eye of the photographer plays an important part in the process: he sets out to catch a glimpse of his subjects secret being and tries to understand what it is he sees. These portraitsand tronies(the 17th century Dutch word for faces or heads) refer in their execution to both the Dutch masters and the portraits of the Italian Renaissance View images here: www.witzenhausengallery.nl Below is one of the many images of his daughter Paula. Title: Flange Medium: C-print (Color negative 8. Dimensions: 60x50cm, 100x80cm, 150x 120cm Year:2009
The event will feature an international slate of photographers as well as a host of Philadelphia artists. Beginning and experienced collectors alike will have the opportunity to bid on work by such historic masters as douard Baldus, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Edward S.Curtis, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Leonard Misonne, Gordon Parks, Man Ray, Herb Ritts, W. Eugene Smith, Edward Steichen, Josef Sudek, and Clarence H. White. Among the contemporary photo stars whose work will go on the block are Michael Bishop, Marilyn Bridges, Carl Chiarenza, Lois Greenfield, Jefferson Hayman, Henry Horenstein, Michael Kenna, Mark Klett, Elaine Ling, Joe Mills, Jeffrey Milstein, Bill Owens, Catherine Steinmann, George Tice, Jonathan Torgovnik, Philip Trager,and Joel-Peter Witkin, while featured local luminaries include Andrea Baldeck, Paul Cava, Paula Chamlee, Susan Fenton, Larry Fink, Judy Gelles, David Graham, Nancy Hellebrand, Catherine Jansen, D. W. Mellor, Ray K. Metzker, Andrea Modica, Wendy Paton, Laurence Salzmann, Michael A. Smith, Sarah Stolfa, Ron Tarver, Daniel Traub, Stephen G. Williams, and Stanley Wulc. In addition, a broad range of 19th-century photographs is up for bid. According to Photo Review editor Stephen Perloff, prices will range from $50 to $8,000.
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Vintage and Contemporary Work by an International Whos Who of Photography Saturday, November 7, 2009 at 7.00pm Dorrance-Hamilton Building, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, USA
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Proceeds from the auction, a popular event since 1983, fund such activities as annual juried competition for emerging photographers. Admission is free with purchase of the fully illustrated catalogue, available through The Photo Review, 215-891-0214. Buyers may preview the auction on-line, and place bids at http://www.photoreview.org.
Early booking is advised to avoid disappointment. For more information, prices and booking details please visit the Arena website: www.arenaphotographers.com
John Chamberlin A long established Arena member working in colour wildlife, travel and landscape photography
Leigh Preston One of Arenas best known speakers, a great monochrome worker in the fields of landscape and travel photography
Nick Turpin One of the most exciting talents in British photography today, his work pushes the boundaries of modern street photography.
David Hurn Magnum member since 1967, David has an international reputation as one of the Britains leading reportage photographers. John Swannell For many years one of the best known fashion, editorial and Royal photographers.
Ted Humble-Smith One of the countrys leading advertising photographers, creating outstanding images for an impressive range of clients.
This very popular event continues in 2010 with another exciting line-up of lectures by superb photographers. Provisionally booked are:
2010 Arena Seminar
12th-14th March 2010, Riviera Hotel, Bournemouth United Kingdom The Arena Seminar is an event where like-minded photographers discuss and enjoy their art and craft from some of its best practitioners.
Using the power of the river, hydraulic norias raise water to irrigate fields which are at a higher level than the level of the water. Hydraulic norias have played a particularly significant role in combining design, efficiency and respect for the environment, and are also an authentic expression of architecture with specific and defined artistic connotations.
9th October 12th December 2009 An exhibition of photographs by Dr. Adriana de Miranda, who has conducted several fieldworks in the Near and Far East to study water-wheels, as an ancient type of water architecture which has had a fundamental role, over the centuries, for supplying and carrying water for irrigation.
15th October to 15th November 2009 December 2009 marks thirteen years of showing wonderful traditional photography at point light gallery. In the months leading up to Christmas Point Light are exhibiting sixty of the best photographs from many of the ninety exhibitions that have graced their walls. Part 1, which showed the first twenty of these photographs, was a great treat for all who saw it - memorable images from 1949 to the present. Part 2 will be just as wonderful with another twenty of the best, including Alan Grants shot of Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly backstage at the Oscars in 1956 from one our most popular exhibitions, Woman. Amongst the highlights in Part 2 you will see Paul Caponigros Two Pears, a beautifully evocative still life from this gentle spiritual American photographer. Point light gallery 4/50 Reservoir Street Surry Hills, Sydney, Australia www.pointlight.com.au
Point light - The First Thirteen Years - Part 2 Design and Nature
Design and Nature shows a selection of the most significant photographs of water-wheels studied by the author in Syrian and Chinese landscapes. The exhibition intends to underline the spectacular aspects of these water structures and their successful integration into the surrounding landscapes and increase the awareness of the beauty of the sites. Open: Tuesday Saturday 10.30 17.00 Closed: Sunday And Monday Brunei Gallery/Soas Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London, WC1H 0XG Admission Free www.soas.ac.uk/gallery
The Print Collection 26th October to 22nd November 2009 Crane Kalman Gallery, Brighton, 38 Kensington Gardens, North Laine, Brighton , United Kingdom www.cranekalmanbrighton.com Telephone +44 (0)Crane Kalman Brighton is pleased to host the launch of the Millennium Print Collection a new venture from one of the UKs leading creative image agencies. For the first time, Millennium Images will be showing limited edition fine art photographic prints by a select handful of their contributing photographers.The Millennium Print Collection will be launched with an exhibition of a number of these prints at the Crane Kalman Brighton Gallery. Millennium Images was founded in 1998 and is widely regarded as the first choice for creative imagery for licensing reproduction rights and commissions.
Over the last 10 years, Millennium has built a collection of over 20,000 contemporary photographic art images from more than 500 photographers both by more established artist and emerging talent whose work may be being published for the first time. Millennium Images have represented the work of photographers including Edgar Martins, Magalie Nougarede, Daniel Treacy, Michael Ormerod and Nancy Honey and work on a regular basis with clients including. The Guardian, The Telegraph, The Times, The New Yorker, and all of the worlds leading book publishers. Limited edition prints will be available from prices starting at 350.
The new Millennium Print Collection is being launched in response to growing interest in the work of many of the Millennium contributors and the growth of the fine art photography market. The Millennium Print Collection will produce accessible limited edition fine art collectable photography from some of the most exciting emerging and established photographers in the UK.
News Houston Center for Photography presents Prime Years
HCPs galleries from November 13, 2009 to January 8, 2010 Houston, TX Houston Center for Photography is proud to present Prime Years, an exhibition about aging curated by HCP Exhibitions Committee member Fernando Castro R., on view from November 13, 2009 to January 8, 2010 with an Opening Reception and Curator
Fernando Castro R., Curator HCP is located at 1441 West Alabama in the Museum District of Houston. Gallery hours are: Wednesdays & Fridays, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Thursdays, 11 a.m. - 9 p.m.; Saturdays & Sundays, 12 p.m. - 6 p.m. For more information, please call 713-529-4755 or visit www.hcponline.org.
After reaching sixty many people are still in their prime. Sixty is the new forty, is their motto. This exhibit emphasizes this positive view of aging without denying its drawbacks. The theme did not lead us to the works but rather the works suggested to us the theme of Prime Years.
Exhibiting Artists include Cynthia Morgan Batmanis (Houston, TX), Miloushka Bokma (Amsterdam, The Netherlands), Edmund Clark (London, UK), Kaylynn Deveney (Albuquerque, NM), Victoria Diaz-Azcoaga (Buenos Aires, Argentina), Theresa DiMenno (Houston, TX), Eileen Kennedy (Philadelphia, PA), Gaby Messina (Buenos Aires, Argentina), Blake Ogden (Cambridge, MA), Jane Paradise (San Francisco, CA), Margot Quan Knight (Seattle, WA), and Mark Story (Hope, ID).
Remarks/Artist Talk held on Friday, November 13 beginning at 5:30 p.m. The exhibition explores the many aspects of aging through images made via 12 different artists perspectives. From the editorial to the personal, the work in Prime Years depicts centenarians, artists, relatives, and other individuals enjoying, enduring, and living their lives beyond the age of 60.
2009 Silvershotz special edition folio is available to purchase from December 1st 2009. All new subscribers in December will receive a free copy as part of their subscription to Volume 6, Editions 1 to 6. Purchase online www.silvershotz.com USA - ( this is a 24/7 call centre Visa/ MasterCard accepted) UK/Europe - +44 (0) 500 Hours 9.00am to 5.00pm Mon-Friday Australia - +61 (0) Hours 9.00am to 6.00 pm Mon Friday
December 1st 2009 we will release the last 65 collectors sets of Volume 5, Editions 1 to 6. These will be listed as available for purchase directly from our website www.silvershotz.com
Many of our regular readers will now realise that this journal is constantly selling out and back issues are fast becoming collectors issues. As of October 2009 we have sold out of all Volume sets, 1, 2, 3 and 4 dating back to 2001.
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Within two weeks of becoming an intern in a large London hospital he had found the hospital darkroom on the top floor of the ward block. At night, he taught himself darkroom printing and used this same darkroom to hone his printing skills. On one occasion he left his prints to wash whilst doing the nightly rounds, even though the darkrooms were always available during his internships, he was prone to interruptions. He recalls being called to theatre from the darkroom one night and returning hours later to find the wards below being evacuated because of flooding from the darkroom above. Prints that were washing had blocked the washing sink siphon while he was away! For the next forty years he pursued his two loves of medicine and photography, raising a family and writing numerous photography books in the process. In the early years of his photographic development he explored the play of light on form, contre-jour techniques with graphic cold tones in his prints. During this time he experimented with multiple negative printing, printing with image altering techniques reminiscent of the Pictorialist movement and replicating Eugene Smiths style of printing controls and dark tones to direct the viewers eye to a certain area of the image.
Tim Rudman began his involvement with photography in the 1960s whilst studying medicine in London. In everyones life there is a defining moment that changes the path of their destiny. In Tims case it was when he purchased a book by South African photographer Sam Haskins. Until that moment he had passionately explored his hobby of drawing with graphite and charcoal, but the inspiration provided by these dramatic, graphic, black and white photographs made him realise that he had found his new medium for artistic expression.
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Tim uses black & white film and black & white photographic papers but modifies the image colour by a combination of specialized lith developers and chemical toners. The first important goal for Tim is that by using black and white the subject is moved a step away from reality. By introducing false colours, a further step away from reality is created which introduces emotional overtones to an image. Spatial relationships are manipulated within an image by the use of dominant and recessive hues together. A traditional darkroom black & white print consists of fine particles of black metallic silver in a gelatin emulsion To the uninitiated his prints can be very confusing. Surely with all that colour they must be made using colour film and colour paper? When the viewer is informed that they are looking at black and white silver gelatin paper printed in a darkroom there is almost a sense of disbelief. Perhaps at this stage an explanation of the process might help newcomers to the world of film and darkroom photography. becoming acquainted with this allegedly difficult process which is one of the most tactile, slow, time consuming of all the silver-based wet processes; and at the time considered to be the most unpredictable. He relished the challenge and had found his raison detre in the photographic world. Finally he had found a process that was more about image interpretation than image reproduction. During the following twenty years Tim explored and experimented with every conceivable combination of paper, lith developer and toner to produce an extraordinary range of effects. The flexibility of this medium allowed him maximum creative freedom, unparalleled opportunities for expression, and tools for enhancing the mood and atmosphere of an image. In the early stages he had no idea that he was laying the groundwork for becoming the worlds leading authority on this process.
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coated onto paper. The density of these silver grains in the emulsion produces a range of tones from white, through greys, to black and their size largely determines their colour bias.
In the early 1980s Tim explored a relatively unknown process known as Lith printing. Tim spent countless hours
A silver gelatin print can be coloured in a number of ways, from changing the nature and/or size of the silver particles that form the image, to chemically replacing or coating them with other compounds or by dyeing or staining the gelatin emulsion that holds them onto the paper, or by directly applying paints, pigments or inks to the print. Regular black & white prints are not all the same colour black. They can vary from cold blue-black to warm brownblack, depending mainly on the size and nature of the silver grains in the emulsion. During normal development under a dim safe light these grains grow rapidly from tiny to full sized when development is complete, at which point the print is chemically fixed and the lights can be put on. This takes just 1 or 2 minutes and only the fully developed endpoint is seen in the light. Lith developer behaves very differently, growing the silver grains at different speeds in light and dark tones. By greatly diluting the developer to slow the process down and heavily over-exposing the paper to light to produce a greater amount of exposed silver, the print maker can snatch the print part way through its development to get a mix of extremely fine silver grains of very warm colour, smooth texture and low contrast in the light areas, and very large silver grains of cold colour, gritty texture and high contrast in the dark areas. The point of Right: The morning thaw 2
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