Writer and photography / Christina Z. Anderson Christina Z. Anderson spends her hard earned money ($1613) on paper research for cyanotype papers and generously shares the results. Over the last twenty years of practicing alternative processes, good papers for alt have come and gone on the market—Weston Diploma Parchment being one example. Worse, formerly excellent …
Mike Ware tests out the new Ruscome Mill papers – papers he has also helped develop especially for processes such as cyanotype, argyrotype, palladiotype, platinotype and new chrysotype.
Mike Ware tests palladium, platinum, platinum/palladium, new cyanotype, new chrysotype and argyrotype printing on Weston Diploma Parchment.
An excerpt from Jill Enfield’s book Photo-Imaging (unfortunately out of print!) complete with how-to and formulas on how to size papers.
Jalo Porkkala has tested papers for cyanotype printing and shares the result.
An extract from Sarah’s book A Non-Silver Manual.
Anne Storm van Leeuwen outlines a very simpliflied process of making paper. An introduction the old craft of papermaking.
While a variety of surfaces can be coated various emulsions, paper is the most widely used for most processes and the most preferred.