Chromoskedasic Sabattier: a step-by-step guide

Writer and photography / Megan Crawford Chromoskedasic sabattier is an experimental silver gelatin techqnique developed in the 1990s and carried out in a traditional darkroom. Megan Crawford explains the process. Overview Chromoskedasic sabattier (chromo for short) is a darkroom process that was developed in the 1990s. In short, the process lifts the silver halides in …

Leonardo Bittencourt

Leonardo Bittencourt is a photographer, printer and publisher from Brazil working in platinum and palladium. From: Itajaí SC, Brazil. Shows: Platinum and palladiums. Leonardo Bittencourt is a photographer, printer, publisher and owner of Studio Ritratto, where he carries out editorial work and portraits. His authorial work transits between the documentary and the artistic emphasizing themes …

Sandy King

Sandy King is known to many for his work in Carbon and carbo and as a author of the book The Carbon Print. From: Easley, South Carolina, USA. Shows: Carbon, Carbro, Platinum/palladium. Sandy King is a photo historian and landscape photographer, working primarily with large format and ultra large format cameras. He prints primarily with …

Robert Hoare

Robert Hoare, a Calotype photographer from the UK likes to experiment with the process. From: UK. Shows: Calotypes. “Every photographer ought to experiment with a historic process, to bring them closer to that which is the miracle of photography.” This is what Robert Hoare discovered when in August 2005 he celebrated 160 years of the …

Edward Richards

Edward Richards experiments with cyanotypes and salt prints and shows work from all over the world. From: Australia. Shows: Cyanotypes and Saltprints. Ted Richards is a semi-retired photographer living in Australia who took up alternate processes about a year ago just out of interest. So far he has experimented with salted paper and cyanotype prints, …

Tim Rudman

Tim Rudman is known by many for his work with Lith prints. Apart from substantial work with the process he is also author of several books. From: UK. Shows: Lithprint. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] Tim Rudman is a fine art photographer and printer who works in silver gelatine based printing processes and although he …

Alfonso de Castro

Alfonso de Castro, a Spanish professor shows argyrotypes and platinum & palladiums in his gallery. From: Spain. Shows: Argyrotypes, Platinum and Palladium. Alfonso de Castro lives in Spain and is a professor at the University of Barcelona, where he teaches photography. He is also naturally a photographer himself. Alfonso’s specially interested in portraits, nude photography, …

Jason Lane

Jason Lane, a self-taught dry plate photographer from New Hampshire shows his landscapes. From: Brookline, New Hampshire, USA. Shows: Dry plates. An optical engineer and lens designer by profession, Jason Lane’s interests outside of work also center around the manipulation of light. Jason has long enjoyed film photography, as it presented a diversion away from …

Roger Kockaerts makes Palladium triplets: The World of Random Nucleation

Writer and photography / Roger Kockaerts Roger Kockaerts explains his way of working with Palladium prints to create his beautiful abstract prints. The different chemical baths used in photography are mostly constituted by dry crystals of different chemical origin diluted in water in order to obtain a colorless liquid. These transparent baths offer a rather …