AGNO Magazine discusses the controversy that is living the world of analog photography. After the onset of the digital era, companies like Fujifilm, Sony or Rolleiflex are returning to recover or create new products for the analogue market. A growing audience, looking for a better quality product and the emergence of new photographic laboratories and new films suggest that the analogue world comeback. The name of the magazine comes from silver nitrate (AgNO3). This salt was one of the first chemical elements they used in 1726 as a fixative for flat images bright made with darkrooms.
Project developed during the Graphic Design and Publishing Projects Postgraduate Program at Elisava, School of Design and Engineering
of Barcelona, under the direction of Óscar Germade (Solo – Barcelona). This is a non commercial project.
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