I have some exciting news! I’ve been asked to be on the advisory council of a brand new magazine: The Darkroom Underground.
It’s founded by Tim Layton, a fine art photographer who specializes in capturing the beauty of nature, primarily with large format film, and processing traditionally.
Here’s an overview of the magazine from Tim:
The focus of The Darkroom Underground publication is rooted in art, imagination, and brought to life through the creative souls that share their most personal thoughts and experiences.
Photography has evolved over the last 175 years to a place that the 19th and 20th-century photographers could have never imagined. In spite of the proliferation of technology and digitalization of just about every area of modern life, people still have a strong desire to create handmade artwork in the darkroom. Photographers that have only used digital gear are discovering the joys and mysteries of darkroom photography.
The Darkroom Underground publishes a balance of technical and creative articles in every issue along with featured photographers and their portfolios.
We are pleased to offer editorial from internationally recognized photographers and writers and also publish articles and portfolios from our readers.
I’ll be talking primarily about the creative process itself rather than gear. Any magazine that welcomes a dialog about photography today, I’m excited about.
You can check out the website here: The Darkroom Underground. Please subscribe and support the arts!