Following an interesting debate on B&W magazine, I wondered how many of you would be interested in the following idea... Just for the record I used to buy B&W, but stopped when too many digital articles started to appear. Now I do shoot both digital and film - generally digital stuff for my 'commercial' side, and film for my personal work. And yes, I work with both Photoshop and wet process. But, I'm really interested to read about the analogue side of things (especially as most photo-mags appear to be very equipment based rather than image based, if you see what I mean). So, how's this for an idea... I'm not in a position to put together a magazine that you can sit on the train and read, but I am willing to setup an 'e-zine' (don't you just hate this jargon!) with articles written by YOU (and me too occasionally!). I would only stick with analogue and here's what I would like to get if you are up for this... 1) equipment reviews - whether it's a Leica M7 or a Kodak Medalist, Gandolfi or Voightlander. 2) processing - whether traditional silver halide or alternative processes 3) film - I'd be interested to know about how processing chemicals affect the development of film, types of film and how they relate to older / newer lenses. 4) techniques - using the zone system, panning, macro, etc... 5) gallery - showcase of images for 1 person per month / week / year depending on interest levels I'd already started 'A Simple Guide To Improving Your Photography' at http://davidvickersphotography.blogspot.com, but if you people are up for this then I'm happy to create something specific to the world of B&W. You can reply here, PM me or email me at davidvickersphotography at yahoo.co.uk David Miller has already mentioned that he prefers the printed page (and so do I to be truthful), but there may be a way around this... If we can get a series of articles together, then I could essentially bundle these up and create a magazine (based on those articles) via lulu.com. Please, please, let me know what your thoughts are - if there's enough interest then we can make a start! Cheers, David.