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Review of "Book of Alternative Photographic Processes"

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by , 03-08-2008 at 07:56 AM (1642 Views)
This morning the postman dropped of a package. It turned out to be Christopher James book in the new second edition. I imidiatly started reading this book. This is a very inspiring book, and I am going to explore it much more in the near future. It is a book that is hard to put down again. It is so inspiring and easy to read. Only problem is finding the time to test all the things mentioned in the book. I have been flipping back and forth in the book and reading whatever seemed interesting.
I will in some future post test some of the things in the book and write about the specific instructions in the book and how easy they are to follow.

The book is an absolute must if You are interested in alternative processes.


  1. Marco B's Avatar
    You may find this also interesting reading. I posted it a while back in a thread but it is now also included in the "Book" section of the Links section of APUG:

    "PHOTOGRAPHS FROM THE 19th CENTURY: A process identification guide" by William E.Leyshon

    with the Book section and a direct link to a PDF version of the book here:



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