Check out these amazing studio shots taken by Richard Babcock at our last photo circle. It’s a unique point of view — photographing the photographer. Many of us take photos because to avoid being in front of the camera, so these shots are even more special. Come join us next time!
We gotta let Kodak know that over here in San Jose, we’re keeping film alive, and we know they’ll come back bigger and stronger. So in their honor, we’re kickin off March with our first Black and White Film Photo Class at Darkroom! Sign up cuz spaces are limited!
Sign up now before the class fills up! You can sign up by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or filling the form out below:
Brought to you by De-Bug, Glassclops is set out to capture the medium that we love. As photographers, we realized that with the great downsizing of film products, we are at risk of losing a great art form. We do this magazine as a response to this pattern, and out of love. Our goal is to keep film alive, we feel the only way that we can do this is by partnering up with other photographers, photo magazines, blogs or anyone interested in film photography. In this we hope that we can promote Glassclops on your website, blog or something as simple as through your social network (Facebook,Twitter ect.). Also, please contact us if you would like to honor us with film images for an upcoming issue.
In this issue we feature: David Bacon (a world renowned photojournalist), Braulio Gonzalez ( a student photographer on the rise from East Palo Alto), Ronald Orlando (a musician photographer with profound images), Felipe R. Vasquez of Newark Califas (a photographer with keen eye for chicano culture imagery), and Charisse Domingo ( a photo journalist who showed us her first image she made).
If we unite digital won’t take over film, but just become a different medium.
Check out these photos by Bernardo Grijalva! Really captures the steel-ness of the bikes.
The Beginner Classes are back, and they’re back with a twist. In addition to teaching you the basic craft of black and white film development, we’re assigning students stories/ articles for De-Bug online and/or print publication. So you get to learn, and you can get published. What?! Sign up for the class by emailing us at email@example.com or going to: http://darkroomatdebug.com/classes/
It’s the all-about San Jose issue. If you wanna be cool, you gotta have a Debug mag! Many a photographer have come through Darkroom and have gotten published in the mag, online, or even our tv show! Come to our open editorial meetings on Tuesdays at 5:30 at 701 Lenzen to share and hear the stories that need to be told.
my first mag…yah, that’s one of DeBug’s native sons, Nanji. you’ll see him around the Darkroom. Just don’t interrupt him while he’s reading.