The

Barrydale

Analog

Photo

Festival.

The

Barrydale

Analog

Photo

Festival.

Showcasing the best of South Africa's Analog photography community and inspiring the next generation of Analog photographers.

The

The

Festival.

Festival.

The Barrydale Analog photographic festival is an annual event taking place from the 10th to 20th of December 2021 this year.

Featuring the work of some of South Africa’s most well known and up and coming analog photographers over 4 venues the Analog Photo Fest aims to showcase the best of the South Africa’s Analog photography community, inspire the next generation of photographic artists and provide a platform to connect collectors and enthusiasts with unique pieces.

The

The

Festival.

Festival.

The Barrydale Analog photographic festival is an annual event taking place from the 10th to 20th of December 2021 this year.

 

Featuring the work of 10+ of South Africa’s most well known and up and coming analog photographers over 7 exhibitions in 3 venues the Analog Photo Fest aims to showcase the best of the South Africa’s Analog photography community, inspire the next generation of photographic artists and provide a platform to connect collectors with unique pieces.

THE

ARTISTS.

The Festival features some of South Africa’s, and the world’s, most beloved analog photographers known for their ability to capture and portray scenes that have inspired people across the globe.

Many more highly skilled and creative artists will be exhibiting at the exhibition, many of whom are up and coming creatives making a name for themselves inside and outside of the photographic community.

Alongside of are some of the most notable photographic artists that have been featured at the festival.

Josie Borain

Pierre Crocquet

BILLY MONK

Obie Oberholzer

AnAlog is

Living in the Unknown.

THE

ART

WORKS.

The Festival has on display some of the very best photographic pieces from South Africa’s highly talented analog photographers.
 
These distinct and unique artworks capture and retain rare glimpses into our collective cultural history and hold boundless feeling and emotion that more modern means of photography can no longer adequately capture.
 
They are more than just artworks, they are portals taking us deep into the scenes captured and immersing us in the world of the subjects they portray.

THE WORKSHOPS.

THE WORKSHOPS.

WETPLATE WORKSHOP.

Graham Abbott hosted the Wetplate workshop over two days at The Studio Barn in Barrydale. The history and theory of wetplate photography and two other films: “Silver and Light” and “Remains of the Day” were shown on day one. On day two the students had a chance to photograph each other, creating a wetplate glass negative and making a positive cyanotype print off their negatives.

CYANOTYPE WORKSHOP.

Inga Prins hosted the Cyanotype workshop at the Studio Barn using water colour paper coated with a cyanotype coating. The students placed found objects from nature such as leaves, flowers and grasses onto their paper and a sheet of glass on top. The paper was exposed in the sun for 7 min then rinsed with water leaving a vibrant negative image in blue and white.

NUDE WORKSHOP.

Anton Robert hosted the one day nude photography workshop by the river in the Tradouw Pass. The students used 35mm and 4×5 Analog cameras to capture long exposures of Bianca the model in a waterfall. Other creative images were the rocks and in the water with reflections.

ANALOG WORKSHOP.

Graham and David Chamberlain hosted the analog photography darkroom processing and printing workshop at the Studio Barn. The workshop guided students through the black & white process of 35mm and 4×5“ film and the printing of 35 and medium format negatives onto fiber based photographic paper.

The participants learnt the magic of dodging and burning images and choosing the correct grade of paper for your negative.

AnAlog is

emotion made tangible.

THE

VENUES.

THE

SPOOK HUIS.

The Spookhuis belonging to Jonathan Rees is on Van Riebeek Street just along from the Hotel, and it had five exhibition spaces. The main exhibitions were by David Goldblatt, Tim Hopwood and Graham Abbott.

THE

ART HOTEL.

This venue has a photographic studio and a Black & White Darkroom and is where the Workshops were held during the week-long Festival. The main workshops were Wetplate Photography by Graham Abbott and Cyanotype by Inga Prins.

THE

CELLAR.

The Cellar is a spacious new venue on a splendid property along the Huis River that has graciously been offered to us by the Jann Saven for the duration of the 2021 Festival and it will be used for workshops and talks and as an exhibition space.

The

The

STORY

Story.

The Barrydale Analog photographic festival is an annual event taking place from the 10th to 20th of December 2021 this year.

 

Featuring the work of 10+ of South Africa’s most well known and up and coming analog photographers over 7 exhibitions in 3 venues the Analog Photo Fest aims to showcase the best of the South Africa’s Analog photography community, inspire the next generation of photographic artists and provide a platform to connect collectors with unique pieces.

The

The

Story.

Story.

The Barrydale Analog photographic festival is an annual event taking place from the 10th to 20th of December 2021 this year.

 

Featuring the work of 10+ of South Africa’s most well known and up and coming analog photographers over 7 exhibitions in 3 venues the Analog Photo Fest aims to showcase the best of the South Africa’s Analog photography community, inspire the next generation of photographic artists and provide a platform to connect collectors with unique pieces.

WITH THANKS TO OUR

SPONSORS.

PHOTO HIRE.

TOTHILLS.

THE STUDIOBARN.

GALLERY F.

CAPE FILM SUPPLY.

THE

DETAILS.

WHERE.

Barrydale, Western Cape,

South Africa

BOOKING.

No Booking Required,
Just show up!

WHEN.

10th to 20th Dec,
2021
 

CONTACT.

Email: graham@bapf.co.za
Phone: 084 663 5990 
 

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