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The 19th print edition of Focus Magazine marks our return to print by offering readers a unique opportunity to delve into the world of acclaimed photographer Gemmy Woud-Binnendijk, whose work has been celebrated for its stunning visuals and artistic flair. Through her exclusive interview, Gemmy shares her creative process, offering insights into how she conceptualizes and executes her works of art. Her approach is both methodical and intuitive, a balance of technical mastery and creative expression that results in mesmerizing images that captivate the viewer.

As Gemmy describes her process, readers will gain a deeper appreciation for the intricate details that go into each of her pieces. From the initial concept and planning stages, to the selection of models, props, and lighting, each step is carefully considered and executed with precision. Her use of lighting and color is particularly noteworthy, as she employs both to create mood and atmosphere in her photographs, transporting the viewer to a different time and place.

As an artist, Gemmy Woud-Binnendijk has mastered the art of storytelling through her work, each piece a narrative that invites the viewer to step into a new world and experience something unique and captivating. Her creative vision and ability to bring it to life through her photographs is a testament to her skill and talent, and her interview in the 19th print edition of Focus Magazine is a must-read for anyone interested in photography as an art form.

Second, Gallerist Howard Greenberg shares his reflections on the 40th anniversary of opening the Howard Greenberg Gallery. His insights provide a rare glimpse into the evolution of the gallery and its role in shaping the industry. Each page of this stunning magazine is a work of art, showcasing the beauty and complexity of alternative process photography in full color. Featuring platinum prints, gum bichromate, and collodion, among other techniques, this edition is a must-have for any art collector or enthusiast. By pre-ordering the 19th print edition of Focus Magazine, you will be among the first to receive this exceptional collection of interviews and images.

Mary Ellen Mark was an American photographer known for her documentary photography work that captured the lives of marginalized individuals and subcultures. She had a deep empathy and respect for her subjects, often spending extended periods of time with them to capture their daily lives and unique stories. Mark's photographs were characterized by their raw and honest portrayal of human emotions, often revealing both the struggles and triumphs of her subjects. She covered a wide range of subjects, including homelessness, mental illness, prostitution, and the circus. Mark's work has been widely exhibited and published, and she received numerous awards for her contributions to the field of photography. Her legacy continues to inspire photographers and artists around the world.

With this edition, Focus Magazine continues its tradition of showcasing the best and most innovative photographers of our time. Whether you are a seasoned collector or simply appreciate the beauty of photography, the 19th print edition is a must-have for your collection. Order your copy today and immerse yourself in the world of photography through the eyes of industry leaders like Gemmy Woud-Binnendijk.

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Pre-order the 20th print edition of Focus Magazine, the ultimate celebration of analogue and alternative process photography. Featuring over two dozen talented photographers, this edition provides a stunning display of the incredible range and depth of the analogue and alternative process mediums. From classic cyanotypes to captivating ambrotypes and tintypes, this edition features a diverse range of techniques and styles that are sure to leave you in awe.

Each photographer's unique vision and style are beautifully captured in full-page spreads, giving you a chance to experience the art of alternative process photography in all its glory. In-depth interviews with the photographers provide insights into their creative processes and inspirations. This edition is a must-have for anyone passionate about exploring the beauty and artistry of analogue & alternative processes.

The edition is a feast for the senses, with high-quality paper and stunning full-color printing that offers a visual journey into the world of alternative process photography. It showcases the incredible talent and creativity of the featured photographers and is sure to inspire and delight.
Pre-order your copy now and immerse yourself in the captivating world of alternative process photography. Discover a new appreciation for the beauty and artistry of photography.

The analogue and alternative process edition of Focus Magazine also explores the rich and diverse world of film photography, particularly in the context of the four companies still producing film for cameras: Kodak, Fujifilm, Ilford, and CineStill. These companies have remained committed to film photography despite the widespread shift towards digital technology, and their dedication to this medium is evident in the quality and versatility of their products. The forthcoming analogue and alternative process edition of Focus Magazine delves into the multifaceted world of film photography, with a focus on the four leading companies that continue to produce film for cameras: Kodak, Fujifilm, Ilford, and CineStill.

Despite the increasing prevalence of digital technology, these companies have remained steadfast in their commitment to film photography, and have continued to develop and innovate within this medium. The upcoming edition of Focus will explore the rich history and diverse range of films offered by these companies, as well as their ongoing efforts to meet the evolving needs of photographers in the digital age. With their unwavering dedication to film, Kodak, Fujifilm, Ilford, and CineStill have proven themselves to be industry leaders in this enduring medium, and their products remain essential tools for photographers around the world.

The analogue and alternative process edition of Focus Magazine delves into the histories and current offerings of these four film companies, examining the different options available to photographers who are still passionate about shooting with film. Through interviews with industry experts, reviews of different film types, and showcases of photographers who have mastered the medium, this edition offers a comprehensive and inspiring look at the world of analogue and alternative process photography in the digital age.

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