Darkroom Underground Gained 1,500 New Members in The First Week!
I am excited to report that the Darkroom Underground Public Facebook Group gained over 1,500 new members in our first week! I think this trend is another indicator that film and the darkroom are gaining momentum in our digital world. Has digital photography peaked for the masses?
I have sold more darkroom and large format workshops in the last 6 months than I forecasted in my business plan. I have worked super hard to produce high-quality video-based workshops on a wide range of darkroom and large format topics. Based on quality feedback from photographers from around the world, I continue to build and deliver world-class darkroom training for photographers of all skill levels. The best part is there is no travel required and the cost is nominal compared to in-person workshops. All of this adds up to momentum in my mind and as a long-time advocate for darkroom photographic art, all of this makes me very happy.
Last month I launched the Darkroom Underground Magazine and the response was more than I could have ever imagined. We have some incredible articles, both technical and creative, planned for our initial publication on July 1st along with some beautiful and compelling photographs. Our advisory team is some of the most notable and talented darkroom photographer's working today and it is my pleasure to be the editor and work with such incredibly talented people.
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