Book Review - The Light Farm, Handmade Silver Gelatin Emulsions

December 08, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
It isn't often that I review darkroom photography books, but I felt a sense of duty to make my readers aware of the new book: The Light Farm, Handmade Silver Gelatin Emulsions written by Denise Ross.
If you even have the slightest bit of interest in making your own emulsions for your films, prints, or negatives, you will find this book to be a treasure.  The book is well researched and written by someone that walks the talk.  The helpful insights and tips throughout the book are pure gold for anyone starting out and even those like myself that have been at this for many years.  
I am also excited that people like Denise are committed to the art and craft of traditional analog photography and make personal investments of time to create contemporary treasures like this book.  
You can preview the book on Blurb and purchase it there as well, as I did.  Let's support this book and keep Denise working to produce the next volume.  

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