We live in the age of faux-tography: every image recorded by a digital camera does not possess a physical equivalent. The image on the screen only exists in the digital domain—and therefore, in a sense, does not exist at all.
The last century was an age of analog photography, of prints and negatives, of darkrooms and chemical processing. A photo was a shadow cast of real life, recorded with time and light-sensitive crystals.
Silverprint attempts to bridge the gap between two centuries, technologies and artistic traditions. Photographers of all stripes will find everything they need here, from photographic paper, darkroom equipment and print storage boxes to books for budding digital imagists. With its reverence for the old and interest in the new, Silverprint is a photography shop for the future.