PRESS ROOM STORIES
For further information about any of the stories in the ILFORD PHOTO Press Room please contact :
Graham Walters at HARMAN technology Ltd.
Tel: +44 (0)1565 684039
3rd November 2015
Possibly the very first Direct Positive Photographic Exhibition in Australia featuring pinhole images produced exclusively on HARMAN DIRECT POSITIVE FB Glossy 8 x 10 silver gelatine photographic paper
HARMAN TECHNOLOGY, MANUFACTURERS OF THE FAMOUS ILFORD PHOTO RANGE OF MONOCHROME PHOTOGRAPHIC PRODUCTS, HAVE BEEN PURCHASED BY PEMBERSTONE VENTURES LTD FOR AN UNDISCLOSED AMOUNT.
14th September 2015
HARMAN technology, manufacturers of the famous ILFORD Photo range of Monochrome Photographic products, have been purchased by Pemberstone Ventures Ltd for an undisclosed amount.
29th July 2015
HARMAN technology Ltd is a winner in the RoSPA Awards 2015
20th July 2015
‘ICELAND. An Uneasy Calm’ by Tim Rudman
A new collection of stunning photographs presented in a stylish hardback coffee table book and a small signed, numbered limited edition presented in a clamshell box with an original limited edition silver gelatine print.
30th June 2015
ILFORD PHOTO support for National Media Museum Artist in Residence Programme
‘Double Exposure: A Tale of Two Planets in Darkness and Light’
17th June 2015
ILFORD PHOTO PRODUCTS STAND THE TEST OF TIME
Photographer Augusto Schillaci used film based photography to exhibit the latest Shinola watches at their Detroit, New York and London stores
The Gomelsky watch design by Shinola photographed by Augusto Schillaci.
© Image copyright Augusto Scillaci/Shinola
3rd June 2015
A ’Positive’ Message
ILFORD PHOTO announce the return of HARMAN DIRECT POSITIVE Fiber Base paper
27th May 2015
BOOTS UK TO STOCK ADDITIONAL ILFORD FILM PRODUCTS
Recognising the increased interest in traditional black and white film photography
6th May 2015
‘Land Light’ and ‘Snow Light’ by Dave Butcher
Two new books of stunning black and white landscape and snowscape photographs on sale now
27th April 2015
“Tough & Tender” Book Launch and Exhibition
Sheila Rock introduces her latest book at LOOK/15 in Liverpool
8th April 2015
ILFORD PHOTO ULTRA LARGE FORMAT, CUSTOM & SPECIALIST FILM MANUFACTURE 2015
25th February 2015
STUDENTS SUPPORT “MOTION”
18th February 2015
HARMAN technology - 10 Years of Progress
2015 will see HARMAN technology Limited complete 10 years of successful trading as ILFORD PHOTO.
30th January 2015
What first attracted you to using film?
Positive results from ILFORD PHOTO film survey
5th December 2014
When You're A Stranger
12th September 2014
Nikon FM10 Back in the UK thanks to Keyphoto!
1st September 2014
HARMAN technology Ltd is a winner in the RoSPA Awards 2014
20th August 2014
ILFORD XP2 SUPER a confirmed stayer!
15th August 2014
HARMAN technology Limited Launch a new and innovative range of Archival products.
13th August 2014
HARMAN technology AT PHOTOKINA 2014
7th May 2014
ILFORD PHOTO RE-INTRODUCE ILFORD ILFOBROM GALERIE FB MATT
11th April 2014
North American Price adjustment for some Papers and key Film
8th April 2014
ILFORD Black & White Silver Gelatin Prints from Digital Files
Further expanding its capabilities and services, California based ILFORD LAB US now offers Silver Gelatin Prints from digital files with a specially commissioned Fuji Frontier digital laser printer optimized for printing black and white images.
This ILFORD LAB US printing service draws on 130 years of ILFORD PHOTO expertise, producing the finest quality Silver Gelatin black and white prints; achieved using traditional ILFORD black and white chemistry and genuine ILFORD silver gelatin photographic paper.
Our website www.ilfordlab-us.com provides secure payment and digital file upload, where customers can create an account with ILFORD LAB DIRECT and go through the Digital Upload Tutorial. Customers will receive prints with consistent and neutral image tone, strong blacks and bright whites that will last a lifetime.
Digital prints are produced on genuine ILFORD Black and White Silver Gelatin Photographic Paper, ILFORD GALERIE RC DIGITAL SILVER. This is as close as you can get to a traditional B&W darkroom print from a digital file and has significant benefits when compared to B&W images produced from color processes;
· Prints have a consistent and neutral image tone (no color cast).
· Strong blacks and detailed highlights.
· Bright white base for stunning black and white photographs.
· Superb quality and robustness.
· Excellent batch-to-batch and print-to-print consistency.
· No printing color profiles required.
· With or without white borders.
· Currently available sizes are 4x6 to 10x15
With support from ILFORD PHOTO in the UK it has taken a multi-national effort to get the new B/W Fuji Frontier ready to output true ILFORD Silver Gelatin Prints, and thanks also go to Fuji both in Japan and Holland for their hardware and software enhancements and assistance.
For customers who prefer the traditional approach, ILFORD PHOTO continues to sell prepaid mailers through popular photographic dealers. Further still, order forms for 35mm, 120 film and sheet film developing can be downloaded from the website for the direct mail order service.
Please visit the web site at www.Ilfordlab-us.com to see the growing range of services now available to photographers throughout North America.
6th February 2014
ILFORD LAB U.S. Expands Services and Availability
30th January 2014
Obscura by ILFORD – Pure Pinhole Photography
New Smaller Pack Now Available from ILFORD PHOTO
17th January 2014
Local Darkrooms Light Up the World with localdarkroom.com
23rd December 2013
FREE DARKROOM COMMUNITY WEBSITE BRINGS PHOTOGRAPHERS AROUND THE WORLD TOGETHER
11th December 2013
Customers and Users Of ILFORD PHOTO products in Switzerland
10th December 2013
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
10th December 2013
4th December 2013
BORN, ESTABLISHED, DEVELOPED! … A NEW ILFORD MULTIGRADE FIBRE BASE FAMILY
19th November 2013
Buy fabulous real silver gelatin black and white framed wall art photographs from the new House of ILFORD on-line store
28th August 2013
ILFORD LAB USA NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
ILFORD LAB DIRECT establishes process and print outlet in California USA for traditional silver gelatin black and white images
28th May 2013
Obscura by ILFORD – Pure Pinhole Photography
ILFORD PHOTO introduce the Obscura Pinhole Camera
18th December 2012
HARMAN roll the clock back 50 years!
HARMAN technology Ltd invest in cassette manufacturing facility
4th December 2012ILFORD PHOTO introduce black & white disposable cameras perfect for party and wedding celebrations
13th September 2012
HARMAN TiTAN PINHOLE CAMERAS DEBUT AT PHOTOKINA
For the first time anywhere outside the UK a prototype of the new HARMAN TiTAN 8 x 10 Pinhole Camera will be on show.
HARMAN technology Limited, the company behind the ILFORD brand of black and white photographic products, will be exhibiting on the Imago 1:1 stand B028 in Hall 6 at the Photokina 2012 Exhibition, taking place at the Koelnmesse, Cologne, Germany from Tuesday 18th to Sunday 23rd September 2012.
8th August 2012
NEW HARMAN TiTAN PINHOLE CAMERA ACCESSORIES
Blank Pinhole adaptor and 2 new Cones for the HARMAN TiTAN 4x5 Pinhole Camera are now available from ILFORD PHOTO
17th July 2012
FINE ART STAMP OF AUTHENTICITY
9th November 2011
HARMAN TiTAN Pinhole Camera on YouTube
ILFORD PINHOLE PHOTOGRAPHY KIT SNAPPED UP
21st September 2011
ILFORD PHOTO announce the introduction of the ILFORD Pinhole Photography Kit
9th September 2011
IMPROVED BLACK & WHITE PAPER FOR DIGITAL EXPOSURE
HARMAN technology announce the introduction of two new products to the ILFORD range of silver gelatin black and white photographic papers
15th August 2011
DIGITAL NEGS MAKE REAL BLACK & WHITE PRINTS
London lab create black and white ‘digital negs’ from digital files
23rd June 2011
ILFORD MULTIGRADE ART 300 helps photographer printer Jon Butler to achieve Medal Award in the 100th Exhibition of the London Salon of Photography
FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION. HARMAN TECHNOLOGY LAUNCH THE FIRST NEW ILFORD BLACK AND WHITE SILVER GELATINE PAPER FOR 13 YEARS – ILFORD MULTIGRADE ART 300
11th February 2011
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
17th September 2010
DIRECT POSITIVE EXPERIENCE AT PHOTOKINA
HARMAN technology’s special paper developed for the unique 1:1 walk-in IMAGO camera will be showcased at Photokina 2010
12th March 2010
ILFORD PHOTO ENSURES A FUTURE FOR BLACK AND WHITE
Iconic black and white brand underlines commitment to existing product range
22nd July 2009
OLD MEETS NEW WITH ILFORD LAB DIRECT
ILFORD PHOTO’s traditional black and white processing service has a new online presence and new identity, ILFORD LAB DIRECT
30th May 2008
ILFORD PHOTO DEVELOPS ITS PROCESS & PRINT SERVICES
14th February 2008
ILFORD PHOTO DEVELOPS ITS BLACK AND WHITE PROCESS & PRINT SERVICE
15th October 2007
HARMAN TECHNOLOGY ACQUIRES KENTMERE PHOTOGRAPHIC LIMITED
Leading imaging specialist extends its business portfolio.
14th May 2007
COMMENT ON THE FUTURE OF FILM BY HOWARD HOPWOOD, MARKETING DIRECTOR OF ILFORD PHOTO.
Mobberley, United Kingdom. 2 May 2007
14th March 2007
Monochrome enthusiasts will welcome the news of the reintroduction of ILFORD SFX 200 film – the unique medium for adding incredible definition and texture control to outdoor black-and-white photography.
12th March 2007
Having long established its reputation for the production of market-leading black-and-white photographic paper, ILFORD PHOTO has now taken the whole genre onto a new level of archival and presentational excellence with the fusion of modern digital technology and true silver gelatin printing.
10th March 2007
Taking the high tonal quality of finished prints on ILFORD PHOTO paper to even higher levels of perfection is ILFORD HARMAN’s versatile selenium toner – considered by many to be the ultimate tool in achieving unsurpassable results.
26th January 2007
ILFORD SFX 200 film returns to the range
31st October 2006
When one of the world’s leading digital printer manufacturers builds a printing system specifically around the availability of ILFORD PHOTO black-and-white digital paper, the photographic market knows that in using this paper, it is benefiting from a major new product of the highest quality.
25th February 2006
Many months in the making, but well worth the wait, ILFORD Photo’s new website has gone live and is proving a magnet for everyone with an interest in black-and-white photography.
21st October 2005
Although it is only eight months since the ILFORD Photo/HARMAN technology plant at Mobberley, Cheshire, reopened following the successful management buy-out of the company, it has made tremendous strides in not only re-establishing, but in advancing, the standards previously enjoyed in the production of black-and-white film, paper and photochemistry.
6th October 2005
The statement from Eastman Kodak that it plans to discontinue manufacturing black-and-white paper has generated a tremendous reaction from users of monochrome paper around the world, with many also concerned about the future of Kodak black-and-white film and photochemistry, although the company has stated that it will continue to supply these.
23rd September 2005
In response to much demand, ILFORD Photo has reintroduced the fabulous ILFORD Black-and-White Single-Use-Camera. At a time when colour images have become standard, pedestrian even, the appeal of subtle toning, mood enhancing monochrome prints has been rekindled though all areas where imagery plays an important part of communicating a message, a memory, a style.
16th September 2005
The market for black-and-white photographic products has been enjoying a steady level of business for some years, and all the indicators are that it will continue so to do for a long time yet.
15th September 2005
Photo Marketing asks Howard Hopwood, ILFORD Photo's marketing and business development director, to explain the background and result of the famous name’s emergence from the difficulties of the past year.
29th June 2005
20th June 2005
Heralding the return of pure black-and-white processing, both for the darkroom and for the prolab, ILFORD Photo announces the reintroduction of two of its most famous film developers.
6th March 2005
After some four months of highly geared activity following the dramatic, and globally welcomed, announcements in February this year that the world’s best-known, and best-loved, black-and-white photographic manufacturing company, ILFORD, had been saved from total annihilation, the newly emerged organisation is now able to draw breath and assess its current situation.