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ALTlab Photography Residency ALTlab Photography Residency has been designed by Goa Center for Alternative photography (Goa-CAP) to support artists who want to explore and experiment with their approach to the photographic medium. ALTlab is focussed on nurturing Film photographers, working hard … Continue reading
Before we say goodbye to the residency I thought I shall share my experiences with regard to the paper used for the salt print. Among the handful of papers that we tried out Canson Acrylic (cold press, 300gsm) seemed … Continue reading
Internships @ ALTlab Goa-CAP is delighted to invite interns to be a part of ALTlab 3.0 photography residency. This internship is for 15 days for anybody who is interested in Alternative Photography and is intended to mutually benefit both the … Continue reading
Arpan enjoying a bit of peace and tranquility at the centre. Tri-X 400 film, Bronica ETR 645. Developed it with home-made D76 chemistry and with a little help from Edson through a late night phone call!
Recollection of memory In an age of connectivity, where a simple “enter” allows us to acknowledge or deny love online, we are losing our connection to powerful memories from the past. The era wherein writing and reading letters was an … Continue reading
Stark, sweet, warm, desolate, intimate…words struggle out; a movement of life in a hidden Goa; high hills, up and down roads, winding, secret lanes that carried a resonance of another time and place. The first day of walk went past … Continue reading