Ludwig Hagelstein is a portrait and editorial photographer living in Bamberg, Germany and a highschool teacher to be, currently enrolled at the University of Bamberg.
Sharing the fundamental conviction that chemical photography is far from being antiquated or obsolete, he strives to accumulate and share knowledge by writing about chemical photography and its intricacies, as well as about the struggle for creativity in photography and all that goes along with it. He is highly interested in innovating photographic processes and the conservation and distribution of photographic knowledge. All is nothing if nobody knows anything. Currently, Ludwig Hagelstein writes about chemical photography for various online and print publications, among others Emulsive, Petapixel and Photoklassik International.
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