Writer and photography / Christina Z. Anderson Christina Z. Anderson – author of Gum printing and other amazing contact printing processes, amongst other books – experiments yet again and this time uses breast milk to make casein prints or cottage cheese. Over the last two decades I have concentrated my photographic practice and research in …
Writer and photography / Norman Breslow Norman Breslow very kindly shares his e-book on Gum Bichromate Pigment Printing with us. Free to download, free to pass on. Norman’s e-book and many more are free to download. Don’t miss the chance!
New EU regulations may change or restrict how we work with gum printing.
Peter J. Blackburn champions the case for gouache as a useful line of pigments in gum and casein printing.
Now shipping the 2013 revision of Christina Z. Anderson’s book Alternative Processes Condensed with an extensive gum section.
Writer and photography / Peter J. Blackburn Peter J. Blackburn gives a quick evaluation of an inexpensive art paper found at your local “big box” retailer! Will wonders never cease? A few weeks ago as I made a quick foray into my nearby Walmart, I chanced to wander by the rather quaint art supply section …
Selby Markham writes a step-by-step to CMYK colour separation for gum bichromate printing – but not with Photoshop – he used the freeware Gimp.
Michael Andrews describes two approaches to the ferric gum process: Frank Gorga’s and Peter Friedrichsen.
The chapter called “Casein printing” of Sarah Van Keuren’s book “A Non-Silver Manual: Cyanotype, Vandyke Brown, Palladium & Gum Bichromate with instructions for making light-resists including pinhole photography”, written by Rosae M. Reeder.
The chapter called “One interpretation of gum printing” of Sarah Van Keuren’s book “A Non-Silver Manual: Cyanotype, Vandyke Brown, Palladium & Gum Bichromate with instructions for making light-resists including pinhole photography”, written by Melissa Good.