Denise Ross

Denise Ross is an artist, photographic processes researcher, and naturalist. She was collecting ‘nature stuff’ and making watercolor illustrations before she could read. From: USA. Shows: Silvergum and silver gelatin. The love of both art and science has followed her through the years. Soon after starting to become a science illustrator, Denise discovered photography. As …

Carol Gula

Years ago, Carol Gula was seduced by the creative potential of the alternative photographic processes. She has been experimenting ever since. From: Florida, USA. Shows: Polaroid image transfers, Polaroid SX-70s, Polaroid emulsion lifts, Cyanotypes, Kallitypes. Combining traditional photography with modern digital, she produces contact negatives, which are expressed as Kallitype or Cyanotype prints. She also …

Beverly Evans

Beverley Evans has been interested in photography since she was a child but only became serious about it 6 years ago when she got her first SLR camera. From: Ely, Cambridgeshire, UK Shows: Cyanotypes, Polaroid transfers and Vandyke browns. Beverley signed up for evening classes, learnt to develop her own black and white films and …

Alexey Belov

Alexey Belov was born in 1973 in Zelenograd, Russia. where he studies at the Moscow Institute Of Electronic Technology. Alexey still lives in Zelenograd, near Moscow, and teaches math. From: Zelenograd, Russia Shows: Cyanotypes, Liquid emulsions, Lith prints, Oil prints, Palladiums, Polaroid transfers and Vandyke browns. Photography isn’t just a hobby for Alexey but almost …

Steven Wilson

Steven Wilson – a professional photographer working in non-silver processes shows his wet plate collodions. From: Roeland Park, Kansas, USA. Shows: Wet plate collodions. Steven Wilson has been a working professional photographer for thirty five years. He uses various non-silver, alternative, and historical processes for his work. His current interest is in wet plate collodion, …

Mike Ware

Dr Michael J. Ware is a chemist and photographer, known for his work in alternative photographic processes. He has invented variations of processes and refined many of them. Here he shows his cyanotypes, argyrotypes, chysotypes and more. From: Bromley, UK. Shows: Argyrotypes, chrysotypes, cyanotypes, platinum, palladium, palladiotypes. Dr. Mike J. Ware graduated in chemistry at …

Kama pigments

Kama pigments – Matériel d’artistes – Artists’ Materials – provides pigments to use with gum arabic, dichromates and other raw materials. Address: 7442 St-Hubert, Montreal, Quebec, H2R 2N3, Canada Phone: 866 972-2173 / 514 272.2173 Email: info (at) kamapigment.com Website: www.kamapigment.com or www.kamapigment.jp Ship: Locally and internationally