Alternate Processes in Photography
Technique, History, and Creative Potential
Published by Oxford University Press, Alternate Processes in Photography: Technique, History, and Creative Potential is a handbook and history describing a number of different, handmade photographic process. The book is available from OUP, Amazon, and most major book dealers. To see the Table of Contents, learn more about the book, and read reviews visit the OUP webpage. To illustrate the book, I worked with museums, libraries and artists from the United States and Europe, and also used some of my own work as well prints made by students from my Alternative Processes classes. Below is a selection of images in the book, credited left to right, top to bottom: William Henry Jackson (courtesy of the Denver Public Library), Clarence White (courtesy of the George Eastman Museum), Brian Arnold, Brian Arnold, unknown former student), Dan Estabrook, Zoë Zimmerman, Brian Arnold, Deborah Luster, Emmet Gowin, Andrea Modica, Joni Sternbach, David Prifiti, unknown student, Kenro Izu, Accra Shepp, Brian Arnold, unknown student, Willie Osterman, John Dugdale, Tanya Marcuse, Tony Gonzalez, Brenton Hamilton, Bea Nettles, and France Scully Osterman. Please email me with any questions or comments.