Post-Factory Photography is certainly the best underground do-it-yourself alternative-process photography magazine on the planet, containing no end of arcane
information. The magazine quickly becomes an indispensable reference for anyone interested in alternative processes.
Post-Factory Photography is edited by Judy Siegel and published by Post-Factory
Press, 61 Morton Street, New York, NY 10014. A four-issue subscription is $24. (Please add $6 for overseas airmail and $10 airmail to the Pacific and Asia.) Editions are
limited, so get them while they last. E-mail: email@example.com.
For a time I was trying to review each issue as it came out, but I am hopelessly behind
now, so I thought I would just try to provide a list of the major articles in each issue.
Art Processes in Photography, by Puyo and Demachy (reprint from the Photo Club de Paris, 1906).
Drawing on the Right Side of the Computer, by Carmen Lizardo. Fine art scanner.
Gum Control, Part I, by Judy Seigel.
Quantum Mechanic/Quantum Magic, by Bob Schramm. He tests 4 Vandyke brown formulas.
Sens and Sensitometry
Alternative as Mainstream.
Annals of Gum Control, Number 2, by Judy Seigel.
Classic Sabatier...Updated and Split-Toned, by Ed Buffaloe.
Confessions of a Photographic Omnivore, by Cor Breukel.
Dealing with Sheet Film.
Enlarged Negatives by Reversal, by Liam Lawless
Lith Film for continuous Tone, by Dave Soemarko
Looking for Drtikol & Drtikol Reprints.
Mixed Sabatier - photographs.
Sabatier! by Judy Seigel.
Basic Guide to Metalchrome, by Nina Rizzo. (Mortensen’s mystery medium.)
Cachet Black Magic Variable Contrast Photographic Emulsion, report by Jesse Koechling.
Enlarged Negatives by Reversal, Part 2, The Calculated Flash, by Liam Lawless
Factory Paper Gets Toned, by Jonathan Bailey and Judy Seigel.
In the William Mortensen Archive, by Keith Schreiber.
Let there Be (Liquid) Light
Looking for William Mortensen.
Looking at Yesterday’s Photographs.
Making Gold Trichloride for Toning., by Liam Lawless.
Sarah Van Keuren... Not by Gum Alone.
Beauty from Poison, or Creative Swords into Ploughshares, by Dallas Simpson.
Brush Sabatier, by Bernice Halpern Cutler.
Die Velt Ist Schoen.
Fun and Games with Blue Toner, by Liam Lawless.
How an Old Alternate-Process Printer from a Small Town in West Virginia Learned to Make a Daguerreotype, by Bob Schramm.
The Kinetic Tin Process, by Dallas Simpson.
Large Negs by Reversal, Part 3, by Liam Lawless.
The Mystery and Science of Pyro - Pyrocat-HD, by Sandy King.
Negative Constructions... Cliche Verre, by Peter Feldstein.
The Photographic Omnivore Makes Gold Chloride, by Cor Breukel
Pictorialist Paper Negatives.
RC to Lith Film
Waxed Paper Negatives.
Bernice Halpern Cutler Builds Some Pinholes.
Build Your Own UV Printer, by Don Bryant.
Do-It-Yourself Printing Out Paper, by Liam Lawless
Galina Manikova by Galina Manikova.
Galina Manikova, Nordic-Russian Goddess.
John Dugdale - as chance would have it, the “boy next door,” by Judy Siegel.
Larry Gottheim & his Wild Blue Vernacular (Behold!)
Managing the Blues - Cyanotype
Meditation on Blue, by Catherine Rogers.
Mortensen, Newhall, coleman and Company, Revisited, by A.D. Coleman and Judy Siegel.
Rhapsodies in Blue - Cyanotype.
Saving Dimbola Lodge, the Idyll of Julia Margaret Cameron, by Cynthia Larson.
Bob’s Bromoil Express, by Bob Gumpper.
Casein Printing, by Lukas Werth.
Drama in Colloidial Silver Toning, Manotone, by Tony McLean.
The Gum Wars (What They Said, 1899-2001).
Jan van Dijk, Co-conspirator of the “Edele” Movement in the Netherlands.
Light Carpentry - UV lights.
Lyle Rexer, author of The Antiquarian Avant-Garde, interviewed by Jon Bailey.
Making a Large Negative Directly In-camera, by Cor Breukel.
Photography at the Border Between Science and Art, by Lukas Werth.
Serious One-Coat Gum Printing, by Judy Siegel.
William Mortensen: A Memoir, by Galen Coffman.
Further information at Rocky Mountain Photographer’s Forum, another great alt-process resource: http://rmp.opusis.com/postfactory/postfactory.html