Category Archives: GLASNA RAZMIŠLJANJA
ROBERT GOJEVIC | Tell us when and where you first encountered the collodion process. And how is the wet plate scene in Canada? ROBERT KENNEY | I started this journey about three years ago. I’m a big fan of Sally Mann’s work. She came out with a book entitled “Deep […]
ROBERT | Holga wet plate looks very practical and fun to work with. Was it your idea or have you seen done elsewhere? What do you like most about working with the Holga? IAN | Yes the Holga plates are extremely fun to make. It was refreshing to not have […]
ROBERT | When you look back and take into account your experience in the collodion process, what advice would you give to a beginner who is just entering the world of wet plate? ALEX | In the past few years I have seen many people starting extremely excited with this […]
ROBERT | You jointly established Scully & Osterman Studio at your home in 1991, and you continue to run it. What was its role at the beginning, and has that role changed? FRANCE | Mark and I first established the business before we were married, while living in Bucks County, […]
ROBERT | Mark, you are the Photographic Process Historian at the George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film. In your job, you researched and then recreated the evolution of photographic processes based on original writings and examples from the museum, and later taught these processes to the general […]
FOTOMAG INTERVJU broj 42: 01.2010, poduži intervju Igora Leskovara s mojom malenkošću o početcima Bulb magazina, njegovom usponu i raspadu, odnosno razlozima nastanka Blura i planova u svezi s njim.