Point A to Point B: analog explorations is a biannual print publication dedicated to the exploration of place through film and alternative/historic process photography.

It celebrates artists utilizing traditional photographic practices - often in new and exciting ways - to tell stories of travel and place through a wide variety of processes and artistic styles, providing a confluence of experimentation and creative visual storytelling.

Point A to Point B was founded by Dale Rio, a photographer and life-long proponent of film and historic processes, co-founder of The Halide Project, founder of Lux et Libera, and co-founder and former editor-in-chief at Black Graves Media.

Sandra C. Davis, alternative process photographer and instructor and co-founder, photographer, and designer at B Sides Magazine, is the lead designer at Point A to Point B.


THIS PROJECT WAS SUPPORTED IN PART BY THE PENNSYLVANIA COUNCIL ON THE ARTS, A STATE AGENCY FUNDED BY THE COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA.




Photo credit: Jo de Banzie

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