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08-08-2008, 10:42 PM
Hello Sean,

thank you very much for your encouragement ! :)

It's not easy to start a project,
but Analog Photo Day was born in 2008, that's most important...;)


08-13-2008, 05:29 PM
Hi everybody,

We have effectively experienced some technical problems
for the photography upload on Analog Photo Day site.

We apologise for the inconveninece we may have caused

Now, everything works.
You must be connected to upload your photography.

You can registre here (please, be careful to put a valid email adress):


You can upload your photography here
(maximum, 700 x 700 pixels and 200 ko):


A big thank you to the APUG community

Analog Photo Day

08-13-2008, 05:32 PM
What?! I though EVERY day was Analog Photo Day?

Honestly, why promote a single day on *this* Website, which is the same exact thing as Analog Photo Day, but every day? Why not try convincing the boobs at Photo.net, the McPhoto Website?

("On the 08/08/08, all over the world,
you are invited to shoot a non digital picture, and to put it online in our gallery"

This above quote is just funny sounding!)

12-12-2008, 03:13 PM

Thanks a lot for those who have uplload a photo.

The vote will end in the next days, so this is the last opportunity to chose your favorite photographies. For the English speaker the link is : http://www.analogphotoday.com/index.php?lang=english

Do not forget to register if you want to vote.

The next Analog Photo Day will be the 09/09/09


01-18-2009, 04:20 AM
Some news of this event.

Things have work very well, we have set up the first exposition in Clermont-Ferrand (France) (http://www.analogphotoday.com/modules/apd2008_clermont/index.php?lang=english) :). We are looking for other cities for this exposition. Thank you very much for those who have participate, and for those who have visisted the site (http://www.analogphotoday.com/).

But it is not finished, the next one will occur the 09/09.09, we will keep you in the loop.:cool:

01-18-2009, 05:14 AM
Thanks Romary for your organization,

I'm very happy to expose on first APD exhibithion.


Stefano Germi

01-18-2009, 06:22 AM
Thanks Romary for your organization,

I'm very happy to expose on first APD exhibithion.


Stefano Germi

Stefano, we are very glad to expose your photo.

I have to be honest, the main organiser and the one who had the idea is my friend and very good photographer DavidF (http://www.david-f.com/).

Jon Shiu
01-18-2009, 12:53 PM
Good luck with the exhibition! Hope it will be the first of many more!


Sirius Glass
01-18-2009, 11:54 PM
Only one day??? Does that mean the I have to cross over to the dark side?

Hold the presses. Please advise!

Interested Readers Want to Know!


01-19-2009, 02:26 AM
I do not really understand what you mean by "cross over the dark side" but never mind.

We are making analog photography, developping, printing everyday or so. We are a non-profit organisation who manage 2 labs which make a total of 15 enlagers. Which is not that bad for a city of 300 000 peoples. We train peoples for shoting, developing, printing, pinhole, soon lith printing. So our goal is absoltly not to shot only one day. We have also set up the exhibition which will make the ADP last a lot more than one day.

We just wanted to make an event to try to make people doing things all over the world. To be clear we have taken the idea from the Pinhole day and we have add this idea of the exhibition. I do not think that peoples (including me) are doing pinhole only one day in a year. I have started pinhole to participate to the last Pinhole Day. Now, I do regularly pinhole photography and in March I will exposed with other pinholers in an exposition near Paris. I thanks the Pinhole Day organisers to have given me that hobby. We are very proud that people from about 13 different countries have upload photographies. We are also proud to have photos from people with obviously a very high degree of skill and people who just wanted to share a photo with us.

And last thing we do not earn any money with that,.

I hope that I have answer your question.

01-19-2009, 02:31 AM
Good luck with the exhibition! Hope it will be the first of many more!


Hi Jon,

You photo is on the wall :) :D

We also hope this is the first one a longue series