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January Favourite

Added by Chapter: Switzerland on 21 Mar 2018

Analogue Group Instagram

The Analogue Group is extending its social media presence to Instagram

Added by SIG: Analogue on 18 Mar 2018

URGENT NOTICE

MEETING CANCELLED

Added by Region: Northern on 18 Mar 2018

In Focus Friday - Brick Lane

In this series of blog posts we take a look at strong documentary images from our members to provide an insight into the thought processes which went into making them.

Added by SIG: Documentary on 17 Mar 2018

World’s Most Expensive Camera & The Return of Kodak

Three news items regarding analogue photography including the most expensive camera

Added by SIG: Analogue on 16 Mar 2018

HVS: Reviewing World’s Best Possible Imaging System and its three best features Dr Kaushik Ghosh GIS ARPS

HVS: Reviewing World’s Best Possible Imaging System and its three best features

Added by SIG: Medical on 16 Mar 2018

Naked ambition

DIG Thames Valley look forward to welcoming award winning photographer Tim Pile FIPF MPAGB EFIAP/p to Wokingham on Sunday 25 March.

Added by SIG: Digital Imaging Thames Valley on 16 Mar 2018

Analogue Group AGM 2018: Notice & Additional Information

Confirmation of speakers, plus AGM documents and committee vacancy

Added by SIG: Analogue on 13 Mar 2018

Early Bird booking extended - Endangered: An evening with Tim Flach at his studio- 20 April

Animal photographer Tim Flach will be presenting images from Endangered, a project that was realised over a period of two years to document animals on the edge of extinction - some iconic, some lesser-known.

Added by SIG: Medical on 12 Mar 2018

In Focus Friday - Team Spirit

In this series of blog posts we take a look at strong documentary images from our members to provide an insight into the thought processes which went into making them.

Added by SIG: Documentary on 10 Mar 2018