Wynn White was born in Ontario, Oregon in the northwestern United States but has spent twenty of the past twenty-five years in Japan where he now makes his home in Yotsukaido, Chiba, about an hour out of Tokyo. Wynn started working in alternate photographic processes about two years ago, being drawn to the wide array of papers and image tones that are available to the photographic print maker. His work has been show in galleries in Japan and the United States.

Wynn says about his work:

Tripping the lens shutter is but one of many steps involved in the creation of a finely crafted print. At each phase of the process new opportunities for discovery and expression arise.

 

 

 

Wynn White

Argyrotypes

Tokawa Rock Form ©


Three Sunflowers ©


Mary Ellen at Sixteen ©


Cut Logs ©

Cyanotypes


Hayle's Toe Shoes ©


Forks and Spoons ©


Cabbage ©


Apples ©

Kallitypes


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Bulb in Jar ©


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Saltprints


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Stone House Interior ©


St. Jame's Window ©


Hens and Chicks ©


Shinjukunight ©


Schoolboy ©


Rocksurf ©
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Elephant ©


Doorfan ©


Stems ©

Vandykes


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Paula's Wedding Calla ©


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