Writer and photography / Richard Puckett A description of Richard Eugene Puckett’s Serebrutype photographic print process. A serebrutype is a print made with ruthenium(III) chloride hydrate developed out with silver nitrate. Ruthenium is an old name for the southwestern region of what is now Russia. Serebro is the Russian word for silver. ... Read More
Anthony Mournian gives us an overview of the Carbon printing process from the beginning of time to current state, easing us into the process one step at a time, including work from Sandy King who has truly mastered the process.
We're all about historical photographic methods in use today - that means mixing emulsions and coating paper by hand. Learn how to print photographs with these techniques, and share your experiences with others. We are a non-profit organisation and rely on contributions from supporting members.