It is that time. Finally we are together and need a name. Below are the top contenders for the name of the magazine. At least the ones that were picked out by your behind the scenes mag movers. Steve and I both liked LFC. But do not let us influence you.
I prefer "Sprockets."
Touch my monkey. TOUCH IT!!!
Now it is time you dance for us Lex... ;)
of the 3 LFC to me seems the most dynamic so that's what I went with.
None of my film has sprockets. Do you have a lisanse for that minkee?
How about Silver Analog Photography or SAP for short. That way all the corporate geeks could write if off on their expense accounts as a computer magazine! Ya SAP Quarterly.
Or how about Creative Analog Techniques or CAT for short.
Oh here's another one, Analog Photography Techniques or APT or maybe Analog Photography Publication or APP for short. It could be the next killer APP in photography!
What about "grain" which is the counter to "pixel"
Reminds me of one of the photogs I was talking to a few months ago. He said, "look man, I want grain, and pixels ain't grain".
Sean, the problem I see with using grains is that color film (if I'm remembering correctly) uses dye clouds. This is why the C-41 B&W appears so smooth (and less sharp--look to the paper sharpness thread or Barry Thornton's Elements of Darkness for this one) compared to traditional B&W.
I really like that suggestion though! Just want to set-up the counter-argument, but I think it doesn't warrant enough merit to knock grain out of the running.
ah, forgot about that.
I'd like to see a clever name like a few of the photomags out there. A few I like that already exist are "capture" "blind spot" "Lenswork"..
I don't particullarly like any of the metioned names but whatever it is called I will subscribe to it.
Silver Rich Imagery
A rose is a rose is a rose....
Why didn't ya'll come up with these names when I was looking for suggestions?