Renee Johannes from Johannesburg, South Africa is a print maker working in cyanotypes and salt prints. From: Johannesburg, South Africa. Shows: Cyanotypes and saltprints. Renee Johannes was born 1961 in Johannesburg, South Africa, and still lives and works there. Joy Edmonds, photographer and respected U.K. based artist introduced Renee to salt photography whilst working on …
Keith Nourse from London works in several processes like Salt prints, all using paper negatives. From: London, England lives in France. Shows: Cyanotypes, Gum bichromates, Salt prints, Vandykes. Born in London in 1958, Keith only uses equipment that is older than he is; from his mainstay Rolleiflex TLR to a 1905 mahogany, brass and leather …
Shows: Chrysotype, Fuji Transfers, Salt Prints.
From: Trentham East, Victoria, Australia.
Shows: Albumen prints, Ambrotypes, Carbon prints, Gum bichromates, Salt prints, Wet plate collodions.
The salt print was first photographic process on paper, but it’s still in use today. In Ellie Young’s practical manual you will learn how to make salt prints in clear and jargon-free language.
From: Gungahlin, Australian Capital Territory, Australia.
Shows: Cyanotypes, Vandyke browns, Gum bichromates, Gum over cyanotype, Cyanotype/Vandyke over inkjet, Platinotypes, Ziatypes, Photopolymer gravures, Polaroid image transfers, Albumen prints, Tintypes – modern, Ambrotypes, Salt prints.
From: Pori, Finland
Shows: Anthotypes, Bromoils, Cyanotypes, Daguerrotypes, Kallitypes, Lith prints, Lumen prints, Mordancages, POP – Print out paper, Salt prints, Vandykes, Ziatypes, Wet plate collodions.
Lesson 38 of Photography 101 by Scott Wittenburg. Scott Wittenburgs podcast on how to make salt prints. 11 minutes long.
From: Columbus, Ohio, USA.
Shows: Cyanotypes, Infrareds, Polaroid transfers & SX-70s, Salt prints.