SilvergrainClassics Magazine #9 - 4th Edition 2020

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The PREMIER Analog Photography Magazine... SilvergrainClassics (formerly PhotoKlassik International) is not a disposable magazine, but a wealth of information alongside some of the most beautifully printed photographs in any periodical, on any topic. Each copy will be a treasured resource of inspiration and entertainment, for years to come.

SilvergrainClassics Magazine #9 (lV/2020), 100 pages.

This month's cover story is an image from renowned album cover photographer Michael Wilson's portfolio series titled "People I Knew / Didn't Know".  Also included is a look at the portfolios of Azerbaijan from Ilkin Yagubov, haunting landscapes from Frang Duschaj, large scale darkroom magic from David Salinas, and others. Other articles and columns include "The Importance of Subject Matter" by Bruce Barnbaum, "The Secret Underworld of Film" by Ignacio Benedeti, "Generation Z and Slide Film" by Chris Schmidtke, and lots more!


  • Unique Portfolios:
    • Michael Wilson, USA
    • Ilkin Yagubov, Azerbaijan
    • Frang Duschaj, Albania/Sweden
    • Oliver Brachat, Germany
    • David Salinas, USA
    • Robin V. Robinson, USA


  • Gear Talk & Techniques
    • "A License to Film", Marwan El Mozayen
    • "Zines: Level Up!", Charys Schuler
    • "Hand Coloring B&W Prints", Andrew Sanderson
    • "Reexploring Antique Instant Photography", Ludwig Hagelstein
    • "A Convincing Mini-Meter", Marwan el Mozayen
    • "One Hour Photo Redux", Ludwig Hagelstein


  • The World of Analog
    • "Art & Grain, a Low Budget Zine", Marwan El Mozayen
    • "The Importance of Subject Matter", Bruce Barnbaum
    • "The Secret Underworld of Film", Ignacio Benedeti
    • "Printing in a Digital World", Nick Carver
    • "Families of the Dump", Gerry Yaum
    • "Generation Z and Slide Film", Chris Schmidtke
    • "Inside the Royal Photographic Society", Christopher Osborne
    • "Book Review: Borut Peterlin/ A Father's Tale", Christopher Osborne


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