5-10 years ago, a few members of photographic societies in the Plains began to master techniques of old photographic printing processes and to create artistic imaginary. The demand to rediscover and to use artistic craftsman techniques began to rise because of the significant increase of digital photography. Multiplied ten photographers learnt the skills of the cyanotype, kallitype, albumen, oilprint process, anthrakotype, collodion process. The photographs on paper or other bearers created with these historical processes brought considerably different appearance with them. This happened not because of the applied photographic techniques but the change of perception and skill of the more thoughtful and knowledgeable printing process brought it along.
artists: Ildikó Bakó, Gábor Balogh, György Boros, Barna Deli, Mihály Dömötör, András Gál, József Gyarmati, Mrs Balogh Matild Kovács Dr, Anita Kozma, Emese Králik, György Levendovics, Ferenc Marton, Ágnes Mezősi, István Nagy, Krisztián Nagy, Lehel Palotás, Géza Seres Dr, Maya Szabó, Antal Szaszkó, Mrs Tuska Éva Koncz, Tamás Varga, László Zvaló
curators: Boros György & Seres Géza photographers