Dr Michael J. Ware is a chemist and photographer, known for his work in alternative photographic processes. He has invented variations of processes and refined many of them. Here he shows his cyanotypes, argyrotypes, chysotypes and more. From: Bromley, UK. Shows: Argyrotypes, chrysotypes, cyanotypes, platinum, palladium, palladiotypes. Dr. Mike J. Ware graduated in chemistry at …
Jean-Claude Mougin shares his ambitious treatise on iron salts and also shows how to make ferric oxolate.
Mike Ware tests out the new Ruscome Mill papers – papers he has also helped develop especially for processes such as cyanotype, argyrotype, palladiotype, platinotype and new chrysotype.
Marco Boeringa, though not himself a platinum & palladium printer yet, researches the longevity of the print.
Mike Ware tests palladium, platinum, platinum/palladium, new cyanotype, new chrysotype and argyrotype printing on Weston Diploma Parchment.
We are pleased to announce an exciting newly-invented iron-based printing process, which we are today offering to the alternative photographic process community.
Siderotype Quarterly editor Paul Daskarolis speaks with Mike Ware.
The following method of printing in platinum, palladium, or a mixture of both metals, has been evolved to overcome the difficulties and disadvantages of the traditional platinotype.
The cyanotype process, also known as the blue print process was invented by Sir John Herschel in 1842 and is still performed today by many darkroom enthusiasts.
Mike Ware describes the version ‘S’ of his chrysotype process.