This article is an excerpt from Ruth Brown’s book Cyanotypes on Fabric. Here Ruth explains how to prepare the fabric for printing.
The process of making photographic images with ferric salts in camera by Arpan Mukherjee.
An excerpt from Blueprint to cyanotypes: Exploring a historical alternative photographic process. 3 different coating methods and how to dry and store the coated paper.
An excerpt from Blueprint to cyanotypes: Exploring a historical alternative photographic process. Making photograms in the cyanotype process.
JE Piper has learnt how to make cyanotype negatives in-camera. Here is how.
Jim Read argues the case for using the cheaper papers for printing cyanotypes.
Jim Read straightens out a few myths on the cyanotype process.
Egill Ibsen shows us how cyanotypes can be painted with acrylics to get a spectacular result.
Cyanotypes are fun and easy and are the perfect way to begin your exploration of alternative and historical photographic processes.
Download a free Cyanotype workshop compendium. For Cyanotype workshop for beginners using pre coated paper.