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Darkroom News April 22, 2014

Written By: onthedot - Apr• 22•14
  • Conant High School develops old glass-plate images of Schaumburg
    Students and teachers at Conant High School in Hoffman Estates recently applied their "old-fashioned" photo-developing skills to bring to life images from more than 110 years ago in neighboring Schaumburg. The pictures were preserved in recently rediscovered glass-plate negatives of local farmer and budding photographer Fred W. Pfingsten. "It's right at the time Schaumburg becomes a city …

Darkroom News April 20, 2014

Written By: onthedot - Apr• 20•14
  • Art & Soul: Focus on Southern perspective
    Focus on Southern perspectiveIn her latest series, "Relics, Ruins and Artifacts," photographer Meryl Truett artfully documents crumbling historic sites throughout the Lowcountry, from slave cabins on Ossabaw Island to the Old Sheldon Church ruins in Yemassee, S.C.

Darkroom News April 16, 2014

Written By: onthedot - Apr• 16•14
  • Lens Blog: From Ordinary Life, Extraordinary Images
    Chang Chao-Tang didn’t think much of his images of everyday life in Taiwan. More than five decades later, an exhibit highlights the purity of his images, showing “real people and places.”
  • From Ordinary Life, Extraordinary Images
    Chang Chao-Tang didn't think much of his images of everyday life in Taiwan. More than five decades later, an exhibit highlights the purity of his images, showing "real people and places."

Darkroom News April 15, 2014

Written By: onthedot - Apr• 15•14
  • Lens Blog: New York Times Wins Two Photography Pulitzers
    Tyler Hicks won for his coverage of a terrorist attack at a Nairobi mall, and Josh Haner was honored for his images of the slow and painful recovery process of a Boston Marathon bombing survivor.
  • New York Times Wins Two Photography Pulitzers
    The Times swept the 2014 prizes for photography. Tyler Hicks won for his coverage of a terrorist attack at a Nairobi mall. Josh Haner was honored for his images of the slow and painful recovery process of a Boston Marathon bombing survivor.

Darkroom News April 14, 2014

Written By: onthedot - Apr• 14•14
  • Up close and impersonal
    "The Old Central Bus Station, Tel Aviv," 1980, from Uri Gershuni's photographer-curator exhibition. Photo by Roni Shani

Darkroom News April 12, 2014

Written By: onthedot - Apr• 12•14
  • Clubs and Organizations
    The Payson Area Singles is a social group for men and women of all ages.
  • Bangalore’s B&W brigade
    A Bangalore-based black-and-white photography group BangBW presents its first exhibition of 50 photographs, many of which they process in dark rooms at home

Darkroom News April 11, 2014

Written By: onthedot - Apr• 11•14
  • Student photographers get down in the dark room
    While iPhones, selfies and Instagram have made photography widespread and accessible, many talented Grinnellians pursue photography as a serious hobby through various mediums and with […]