Editor in Chief Michael Kirchoff takes a deep dive into the works and unique process of Thomas Kellner who creates outstanding, and occasionally mammoth-sized prints that deconstruct and reinterpret architectural masterpieces, rebuilding them, frame by frame, into animated and often whimsical works of art. With Thomas about to embark on another round of international travel in his pursuit of engaging and beautiful photographic works, it is quite fortunate that we were able to secure this informative interview for the readers of Analog Forever Magazine before his journeys commence. Upon his upcoming departure, we wish Thomas safe travels in his endeavors, and look forward to what he brings back from the field! In the meantime explore his one of a kind style and expertise in crafting his masterpieces at www.analogforevermagazine.com!Read More
Analog Forever Magazine is proud to announce our debut print publication will be published and released on November 1st, 2019! We are excited to present to you a 125+ page journal featuring 10 analog and experimental photographers from around the globe - from Europe and Great Britain to the USA and Germany- each exploring various methods for using the medium we love in individual, creative ways. Included in Issue 1 are four in-depth interviews with Estevan Oriol, Lynn Bierbaum, Fred Lyon, and Yelena Zhavoronkova with features on Nils Karlson, Blue Mitchell, John F. Cooper Photography, K.K. DePaul, Mads Madison, and Anna Försterling! Get a preview of what we have in store for you coming this November by reading this article!Read More
Analog Forever Magazine is pleased to share our latest interview with artist, educator, and collaborator, Eric Kunsman. Highlighted, are images from three different bodies of work from Eric, with questions regarding projects, print making, and the continued use of film to solidify your work and process as a photographer. We truly appreciate the time and energy from Eric in helping us put together this informative interview.Read More
Read our Interview with Thomas Alleman. During a fifteen-year newspaper career, Alleman was a frequent winner of distinctions from the National Press Photographer's Association, as well as being named California Newspaper Photographer of the Year in 1995 and Los Angeles Newspaper Photographer of the Year in 1996.
As a magazine freelancer, Tom's pictures have been published regularly in Time, People, Business Week, Barron's, Smithsonian and National Geographic Traveler, and have also appeared in US News & World Report, Brandweek, Sunset, Harper's and Travel Holiday. Tom has shot covers for Chief Executive, People, Priority, Acoustic Guitar, Private Clubs,Time for Kids, Diverse and Library Journal.Read More
Ian Ruhter is a fine art photographer, making portraits and exploring the landscape using the wet plate collodion process, who has become internationally known for creating the world's largest photographs with this historical medium.Read More
Susan Burnstine is an internationally exhibited and published fine art photographer hailing from the great city of Chicago, now based in Los Angeles. In addition to her photography, she is often found writing for various photography publications, most notably, a monthly column in Black and White Photography Magazine (UK). With over 25 solo exhibits conducted on an international scale, her work is included in many museum and private collections, including The Museum of Photographic Arts in San Diego, The Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, and The Candela Collection in Richmond. Burnstine’s first monograph, Within Shadows, was published by Charta Editions in September 2011, and was selected for Photo-Eye’s Best of 2011 book list. Her second monograph, Absence of Being, was was published by Damiani Editore in Fall 2016 and earned her Best In Show at the 2017 International PhotoBook Awards.Read More