Linhof 130 years competition
Linhof Cameras is 130 years old making it the oldest camera manufacturer in the world!
We chose to celebrate this by holding a competition, photographers could send in their favourite image and the story behind it.
With many great entries the decision was difficult but the winner is…
Photographer Paul Sanders has scheduled a morning talk on Long Exposure at the open day and in addition , weather permitting, he will lead two small classes to the shoreline for tuition.
Please see our Timetable for information. This is a free event but demand will be high and we therefore recommend you register your interest soonest as places for the Paul Sanders talks and workshops will be limited. Continue reading
Video from the Tate, showing John Riddy’s photographs of London.
Grant Frost is another customer of ours who has escaped the UK for a sunnier climate, in Australia. Grant has always been an avid photographer, and shoots on an Alpa SWA, he has always enjoyed taking abstract images “I’m certainly more interested in shapes and abstracts, rather than photographing ‘recognisable things’”.
After Paul Taylor, one of the best photogravure printers in the world, expressed an interest in publishing Grant’s work, he decided to exhibit his work, and has now started printing his work using palladium printing, in the article below it explains why he uses this style of printing.
Below is a video showing the process of Palladium printing while a couple of Grants prints are being made. Continue reading
Richard Dolan has been a customer of Linhof Studio for many years –
A few years ago Richard decided to make his permanent move to New Zealand having visited there many times.
Photography is a real passion of his, and he shoots on the Linhof Technorama cameras. The arguments for doing so are self evident but his recent email conversation eloquently put his reasoning.
An opinion shared by many. Continue reading