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Analogue journal winter 2021 cover
CREDIT: Fern Nuttall ARPS

Analogue Journal Lith Special

New issue of the Analogue Journal explores Lith printing

The second issue of the reimagined Analogue journal is already upon us. After the success of the first issue, it is exciting to see how editor Charles Binns and the team have approached another issue. Analogue members will be receiving their print copies through the post this week, if they haven’t already, and the digital version will be available through the RPS’ Issuu account soon. 

This issue takes a special look at Lith printing, with an in-depth article from Analogue Honorary Secretary Richard Williams LRPS, along with several examples of his own lith results and an easy-to-follow guide to the process. If you find your interest piqued by Richard’s article, you can certainly read more about the process with two book recommendations in the journal’s ‘Book Reviews’ section. 

Other regular features return including a camera review, this time on the classic Rolleiflex written by Richard Bradford ARPS, a darkroom tour, and the members’ Spotlight gallery - an opportunity for members to share their work with others. Congratulations to David Hall ARPS whose photograph won this issue’s Spotlight feature and a film voucher worth £25 from Analogue Wonderland.

Make sure you take a look at your copy of the journal for much more content including a 10% discount code for film at Analogue Wonderland, along with all the details you need to submit your own work, articles or comments for future issues, including spring’s Large Format special. Remember, you can receive more content about analogue photography here on the RPS Analogue microsite or via the Analogue Group’s Facebook page or Instagram page.