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May 2013 newsletter


Silver gelatin experiments

As silver gelatin is getting more and more rare, the alt. proc. community seem to be getting more and more interested. This month we have articles on Solarization and Lumen printing alongside several new artist. Enjoy.

Lumen printing

How to make a starry lumen print – a step-by-step process with printing tips

Natasha Sanchez works with Lumen prints and shows us how to make a dreamlike lumen print creation.

Three new artists

Michelle Rogers Pritzl

Michelle Rogers Pritzl from Boston, USA has studies photography and explored traces of collective memories. Her work is in gumoil and tintype.

Bob Rogers

Bob Rogers from Carmel, New York, USA. Influenced by his father as a child Bob grew his interest in photography and now works in both photogravures and image transfers.

Candace Makowichuk

Candace Makowichuk from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada photographs family life and urban landscapes sometimes in combination. She prints the images in cyanotype on fabric and paper and as bromoils.


Solarization and layered negatives

Claudia Wornum Solarizes and layers negatives: Duplicate, solarize and merge two negatives in a single final print to create abstract and painterly effects with film.

Now that summer is here...

Anthotypes - Make photographs using plants

Don't forget to pick some flowers for your anthotypes. To learn more about anthotypes, get the book.

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