Analogue Photography Fireside Chat

We're honoured to have been invited to Silvergrain Classics' next Analog Fireside Chat ūüėä

So if you don't have any concrete plans for this Saturday evening and you fancy listening along to a conversation about the wonderful world of film then please check out the details below and don't forget to register!


What are the Fireside Chats?

As we put our feet up by the fire during the long winter nights, SilvergrainClassics magazine has something to help us all see 2021 in a positive light.

Their series of free 1-hour webinars features candid thoughts from some of the most interesting people in the world of analog photography. They also give participants the chance to ask questions to the panelists.

The first episodes saw very interesting hints from Kodak Alaris and ADOX in response to questions about possible new products, and artists Christoph Morlinghaus and Manuello Paganelli shared inspiring images and stories of photographers coping with the pandemic.

Episode 3: Saturday 23rd January

Episode 3 of the Fireside Chats will feature:
‚ÄĘ Paul McKay, Analogue Wonderland
‚ÄĘ Katri Lassila, Finnish photographer and community darkroom owner
‚ÄĘ Nicolas Llasera, Nico‚Äôs Photography Show
‚ÄĘ Jeremy Saltry, QWD photochemicals and films

Paul and Nico between them have tons of insider information from the worldwide analog community‚ÄĒ participants can ask them for hints about hot topics, like which new products we may see in 2021!

Katri will share not only her wonderful photos but also her experience setting up and managing a large community darkroom, and Jeremy can tell us all about QWD’s new ECN2 kit.


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