Posts in Book Review
Book Review: Hong Kong - Perspectives, Prospectives, Typologies by Pascal Greco

Analog Forever Magazine is happy to share this book review for Pascal Greco’s “Hong Kong - Perspectives, Prospectives, and Typologies” by our Editor in Chief, Michael Kirchoff. An investigation of the mega housing complexes of Hong Kong, photographed entirely on Polaroid pack film, this title is one that our readers should pay particular attention to for its analog roots. Check out the review and then do some investigating of your own!

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Book Review: Cyanotype - The Blue Print in Contemporary Practice by Christina Z. Anderson

If you are a photographer with the slightest interest in alternative processes, you have probably come across the name of Christina Z. Anderson. A veritable expert on many alternative and historic photographic techniques, she has instructional articles across the internet and is the author of six books. Her latest book Cyanotype: The Blue Print in Contemporary Practice is a deep dive into that historic process, covering everything from the basic techniques to contemporary artists from around the world who utilize the cyanotype in their work.

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