An interesting photo project that took place in the spring of 2020 can be found at stayathome.photography . The project went on between March and June 2020 and involved photographers in self-isolation communicating in pairs with images. They were quiteLäs mer …

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The midwifery education at King’s College London has introduced art and the humanities into teaching. Students get to work with artistic depictions of motherhood and childhood, they also get to explore their own midwifery experiences in a cultural context. ALäs mer …

Maria Tingvall 2019

I have taken three courses in photography at Mid Sweden University in the past year and have just started my fourth course. It is at A-level and we will do a simple research project. I have several different ideas andLäs mer …

This year, I'm trying something I've dreamed of for a long time, writing stories. I love writing, that's why I have so many different blogs that I manage with varying enthusiasm. What I've dreamed of since I was a kidLäs mer …

I have studied Photo History, 7.5 credits at Mid Sweden University. It's been a lot of fun, I've tried new methods and pushed my limits. One of the sources of inspiration is Bea Nettles. Introduction Bea Nettles was born inLäs mer …

Elsa Dorfman (born April 26, 1937) is an American portrait photographer working in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She is known for using a large-format Polaroid camera. It's a fine and well-timed portrait of her life and work. Since she has extensive experience,Läs mer …

"Kalotype", or "talbotype" was a developing process, developed from Henry Fox Talbot's previous image-developing process by using a different silver salt (silver iodide instead of silver chloride) and a developing agent (bile acid and silver nitrate) to produce an invisiblyLäs mer …

A method of development invented by William Fox Talbot in the 1830s, the foundation was plain table salt. The images are reddish brown to brownish violet tones with a matte finish. Salt paper copies are sometimes called kalotypier, kalotypi isLäs mer …