Ruth Brown is finally releasing an updated edition of Cyanotypes on Fabric. From the expert fabric printer comes a practical and well researched how-to book on cyanotypes.
Tasha Lewis, a New York artist has plans to send swarms of cyanotype butterflies around the world.
On a visit to Vashon Island, Washington State, Nancy Breslin visits Linda Stemer of blueprintsonfabric and sees demonstrations of wet plate collodion and tintypes by Victoria Anderson.
Many alternative photographic processes can be used to print on ceramics and clay. In this excerpt from “Jill Enfield’s Guide to Photographic Alternative Processes”, Jill shows us how to print Pyrofoto, Laser Transfers, Gum bichromates, Cyanotypes, Silkscreen PhotoEZ and Phototransfer onto different surfaces.
Download a free Cyanotype workshop compendium. For Cyanotype workshop for beginners using pre coated paper.
The chapter called “Cyanotype” 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”.
Produces photographic books and downloads, as well as organising exhibitions of prints using the following wet-processes: new chrysotype, platinotype, platinum/palladium, argyrotype, new cyanotype, gum bichromate, salt, casein and anthotype.
The myth: A pinhole camera cannot be used to make cyanotypes! Malin Fabbri confirms the myth.
Elizabeth Graves examines acetic acid development upon classic formula cyanotypes and disprove the myths about developing in vinegar.
Elizabeth Graves examines the effects of ageing on the "blue vandyke" process.