Wow. The 4th issue is finally “in the can” and is available to download for free from our website www.magnachrom.com. Time for me to take a day off (or two) and then start the 5th issue.
Anyway, we have really been listening to your your ideas over the past few months. And as a result, this issue has been totally re-designed in order to allow us to better provide MAGNAchrom in alternate media in the future (such as CD-ROM, print-on-demand, etc). We have lots more planned in the near future and only need your continued support.
Featured in this issue
SOAPBOX: A Brotherhood of Photographers
HOT MODS: MP4 with Technika-style lensboards
4-SQUARE: Tim Myers
STUDENT WORK: The Royal College of Art
REVIEW: Shen-Hao HZX 45IIA
CENTERFOLD: Mike Stacey
FEATURE: Sandy King: Carbon Prints
CUSTOMIZE: A Homebrew 6×17 Camera
INTERVIEW: Robert Kresa
NEWS: New Stuff
COLLECTIBLES: Rolleiflex TLR
PROJECT: Working Class
PARTING SHOT: Guggenheim, Bilbao
We hope you enjoy the new "look" of MAGNAchrom — please let us know if you like the new direction we are taking. Again, we REALLY value your feedback — keep it coming! MAGNAchrom is a labor of love.
P.S. the next issue, the 5th, is all about night photography and we still have some "room" for a few additional supporting articles — please feel free to pmail me at editor “at” magnachrom “dot” com and I’ll try to fit your work in.
P.P.S the following issue, the 6th, will be all about hybrid photography — probably our most ambitious issue yet. Any of you who are comfortable mixing analog and digital processes should REALLY consider contributing to this issue. Pmail me as above.
J Michael Sullivan
MAGNAchrom is available as a free PDF download for registered users (which is also free).
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