New Analog Photography Community in 2021 With Tim Layton

December 10, 2020  •  1 Comment

New Analog Photography Community With Tim Layton in 2021New Analog Photography Community With Tim Layton in 2021 I am super excited to announce that Tim Jr. and I have created a brand new analog photography community starting January 1, 2021. 

After years of developing analog photography training courses, video workshops, and guidebooks, I wanted to do something different moving forward. 

My original retirement plans to travel and explore the American landscape and photograph wild horses didn't pan out as originally expected because of the global pandemic.  So, we are moving forward with this brand new community and I have to say that I am really happy about the future. 

We learned a lot from creating courses and workshops for several years.  We are taking all of that experience and the global analog photography community feedback and applying it to the new community.

This brand new analog photography community is interactive, fun, and most importantly, helps you learn a wide variety of analog photography methods, techniques, and processes in the shortest amount of time.

We have a good starting plan for 2021 and then after we get into it, I am sure we will take all the feedback and input and continue to evolve the path moving forward. 

You can read the full details of the 2021 plan, however, the short version is that we will be starting with showing you how to create homemade silver gelatin emulsions for making paper negatives, dry plates, film, and even your own paper!  By the end of 2021, you will have all of the knowledge to create your own emulsions from scratch to make negatives on paper, film, and glass plates and make your own paper for both contact printing and enlarging.  Think about the creative possibilities within your own photography and we can't wait to help you learn these new skills and then watch you thrive and create new artwork.

I couldn't be more excited about 2021 and I look forward to sharing all of this and getting to know you better.  


WHAT WILL YOU LEARN IN 2021?

Learn How To Make Handmade Silver Gelatin Emulsions

Learn How To Make Handmade Negatives (Paper, Dry Plates, Film)

Learn How To Make Handmade Paper For Contact Printing & Enlargements

Learn a Complete Handmade Silver Gelatin Workflow From Beginning To End

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Tim Layton Silver Gelatin Fine Art PrintTim Layton Silver Gelatin Fine Art Print In the new and exciting DIY Handmade Analog Photography series, I simplify the complexities of making handmade silver gelatin emulsions and making your own negatives (paper, dry plate, film) and printing paper (contact, enlarging).  There is nothing more satisfying than creating your artwork from raw materials.

By being a member of the Analog Photography Community, you get immediate access to each of the lessons, videos, and guides as we create them versus having to wait for the entire course to be developed.

Even if you use digital photography on a daily basis, the joy you get from making your photographs from raw materials is unparalleled in my mind.  I love the imperfect nature of handmade artwork, and I know a lot of other people do too.  In a digital society that seems so sterile and impersonal, there is no better way to stand out than to do something bold like making your artwork by hand. 

Making handmade art isn't just available to other artists like painters.  As photographers we have an incredible amount of control and influence over our final artwork and I walk you though everything you need to know in order to have a complete workflow.

DIY ANALOG PHOTOGRAPHY HANDMADE SERIES

DIY Analog Photography Community with Tim LaytonDIY Analog Photography Community with Tim Layton In 2021, I break down the leaning process in a way that goes from easiest to the most complex to ensure that you build the skills and knowledge to be successful.

Since I demonstrate every step of the process in video for you, there is nothing left to the imagination because I demystify every step of the process for you.

In each of the individual courses, not only do you learn how to make the handmade silver gelatin emulsions, but you learn all of the tips and tricks to get great results too.  I go into a lot of detail on how to expose and process the materials to get optimum results with both handmade formulas as well as a few commercial formulas too. 

It is going to be an exciting year in 2021, so join me and Tim Jr in the Analog Photography Community and follow along with us this year and get immediate access to each of the lessons, videos, and guides as we create them versus having to wait for the entire course to be developed.


MEMBER BENEFITS

Unlimited access to everything in the community

Access to our new training courses before they are released

Ability to ask Tim questions and be part of live video meetings

Behind the scenes access as we create brand new artwork for collectors

25% discount on everything in Tim's analog photography training library

A free entry every month to win an artist original fine art print by Tim Layton

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ANALOG PHOTOGRAPHY COMMUNITY

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If you like the information in this article, then you will love being part of a new Analog Photography Community where Tim Jr and I create new videos and detailed articles every week to help analog photographers take their creative vision and technical skills to a higher level.


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I read your blog and saw all the images and I am happy to see that. I am waiting for a new blog.
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