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Traditional Photography
 

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I vote for Traditional Photography. Since to limit it to silver would eliminate all color photographers. Traditional photography would encompass all alternative processes since some of them predate silver.
 

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I like the name Traditional Photography... but the only thing bad about it is that the digital advocates could say that there is nothing non-traditional about the WAY they take their pictures, but rather their process in producing the final product. Just a thought...
 

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How about

Conventional Photography! (The insight into traditional and alternative processes)

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"LFC" for Light, Film, and Chemicals.
 

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Phill, only one problem with "Conventional Photography" I can see... it won't be for long! :wink:

Whatever it is, it needs to be snappy and not too much of a mouthful!

I liked "Traditional Photography" but I can always change my mind :smile: It's a bit 'boring'... Maybe something like "PhotoLudites - the APUG Quarterly of Traditional Photography" (replace "PhotoLudites" with something suitable and snappy.. I can't think of anything!)

And Brian, you got a laugh out of me!
 

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Non-digital photography

Traditional photography makes it sound as if the vision could be boring and will exclude many.
 
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I like " Negative Space" so far How about: " The Dark Slide"
 

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"The looking glass" Does the title need to make obvious sense?

"Lens travels"

"Photographs too good for words" Will the record company sue?-)
 

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"Looking Glass" is a photo store in Berkeley.

I like something with "wet" in it, which pretty-well covers all non-digital media. Or "toxic" :smile:
 

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Ugh. Turn the pretension knob to 11.

Too much talk about titles anyway, and near-nil about content.
 

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Anything with the word "Negative" in it may seem to rule out slide film. Likewise "silver" may rule out some processes that will be of interest. I don't like "Non-digital" either - *we* were here first, dammit! :smile:

Out of those mentioned, "Traditional Photography" sounds about the best, but how about a strap line (similar to B&WP's "Any colour as long as it's black (or white)") to spice it up a bit... ...something like "Tales from the Dark Slide" or "We like it wet!"
 

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Photophile (play on Audiophile)

Emulsion (Says it all)

Ludiitetype (he-he)
 

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Frank,
I, too, was thinking about the tag line after the magazine title. I was thinking more like, "Death before Digital."

I should add, for those not familiar with "American Culture", that "Death before Disco" was a popular phrase on tee-shirts when disco music began to dominate radio playlists at the expense of rock music in the Seventies.
 

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Well, my earlier suggestion was just:

WET
 
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