Analogue Spotlight, a UK-based association of analogue photography businesses, is running their second community event this weekend (14 and 15 October) in Nottingham.
Analogue Spotlight’s organisers said: “Some of the activities you can look forward to include: getting a peek at some new products in the analogue industry, making connections with new and long-standing companies, learning about new techniques from brilliant workshop hosts, connecting with fellow analogue shooters on photowalks, perusing a serious selection of films and cameras to consider picking up, and more!”
The Nottingham event follows the inaugural two-day fair held in Worcester in May last year. The community events follow the Analogue Spotlight at The Photography Show in Birmingham in 2021 and 2022.
Tickets for the Nottingham event cost £30 for the weekend and £20 per day, and can be bought via Analogue Wonderland.
Brands appearing at the Nottingham event include;
- Alfie Cameras
- Chroma Camera
- Ilford Photo
- Intrepid Camera
- Newgrain App
- Simon Foster Photographic
- This Is How I Roll
- Zone Imaging
Confirmed speakers at this year’s event include:
- Michelle Parr, Ilford Photo
- Jim Mortram, Award-winning social documentary photographer and creator of Small Town Inertia
- Mandy Left – Fashion and editorial photography artist
- Peggy Marsh – Analogue photographer and writer at Camera Go Camera
- Nakaash Maqsood-Hussain – Image maker, director and photographer
- Charles Binns from The Royal Photographic Society – Analogue Group
Workshops include a black-and-white development boot camp from SilverPan Lab, a Bristol-based processing lab which recently merged with Analogue Wonderland, and a cyanotype masterclass with Liverpool’s Little Vintage Photography.