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CommuterlandThe images Meredith published in her fantastic little magazine aren’t shot on a film camera. They are digital creations, sneaked from a train onto paper. The zine is dedicated to Keith, whom Merideth must care plenty about as the amount of attention to detail in this publication is remarkable.— Dmitri.
Der Pinsel, Issue 2: Unexpected; an Adventure in TaiwanA large print magazine, featuring twenty photographs shot on medium format film, printed on thick perfect-bound paper.— Dmitri.
Shanghai StreetsThis book features a number of mini photo stories, highlighting Lee Webb’s life adventures in one of the largest cities in China.— Dmitri.
Analog ForeverAnalog Forever is an annual magazine that collects works, stories, and interviews of select film photographers. It is a well-put-together, superbly designed, and meticulously curated publication that undoubtedly gives film photography a good name. The magazine is fairly priced at $30 for around 150 pages of quality colour print though the shipping, being $20 to Canada, adds a bit of a strain on the wallet.— Dmitri.
AuslöserAn Ango-German magazine with fantastic design featuring interviews of notable film photographers and their works.— Dmitri.
Quarantine ZineQuarantine Zine’s purpose is to be a boredom breaker for the film community who may be in lockdown or unable to fully enjoy their life due to COVID-19. The idea is to be deliberately low-tech and low quality, much like an art zine that students would put together using school resources, like scissors, glue and photocopiers and a stapler.— Dmitri.