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 …
North American photographers – East & East Coast
From: Wilmington, Delaware, USA.
Shows: Anthotypes and Silver gelatins (peepholes).
After experimenting Amber Reumann Engfer has found a way to create a cyanotype on a fiber based gelatin silver paper (black and white paper).
Denise Ross explains how to print gum bichromates over handcrafted silver gelatin paper.
In a nutshell: Not a printing process, like all the other liquid emulsion techniques, but an in-the-camera technique that complements the wet plate process.