Richard Lanning: “The calotype has been a healing process for me”
Retired Police officer Richard Lanning became a calotype photographer in 2010 when he found a book about Fox Talbot. Calotypes of Talbot inspired him so much that he decided to start making it…
Laura Hartford: “Photography has changed the world and revolutionized how we think and behave”
Laura Hartford, the Associate Dean of Arts and Sciences and Associate Professor of Art at Bellarmine University in Louisville, is telling to The Calotype Society XXI about photography and making calotypes.