Tag: Nancy Breslin

Daylily (Hemerocallis) can be found in Asian markets as gum jum or golden needles and is used to make daylily soup. So, there are several uses of the pigments in plants - other than making photographs.
Anthotypes, colouring and food colouring

An excerpt from Anthotypes – Explore the darkroom in your garden and make photographs using plants. Pigments normally thought of as food dyes can also be used to make photographs.

Salt prints to pinhole photography in London

During a recent week in London, Nancy Breslin found lots of photo shows to love.

At the Corcoran Gallery – Taking His Time

Writer and photography / Nancy Breslin Among the work on display by students graduating from the Corcoran School of the Arts & Design are wet plate tintypes by Sebastien Arbona. This week has seen the opening of NEXT, the annual show at Washington, DC’s Corcoran Gallery of Art of work by students graduating from the Corcoran […]

Some of Tasha Lewis's cyanotype butterflies affixed to metal doors
Butterflies in Blue: A Worldwide Adventure

Tasha Lewis, a New York artist has plans to send swarms of cyanotype butterflies around the world.

Lindas Diptych
An Afternoon of Alt Photo on Vashon Island

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.

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Playful photography on view in New York City

Nancy Breslin visited Manhattan and found lots of experimental photography on view this spring.

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Plenty to like at “A Democracy of Images”

There is lots for alt photographers to like at “A Democracy of Images” in Washington, DC according to Nancy Breslin.

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Chocolate Polaroids on Display in Delaware

Nancy Breslin reviews a show of Polaroid prints by Bill Wolff.

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Fluttering Memories

Nancy Breslin is engaged by memories in the form of cyanotypes, at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, created by Traci Marie Lee.

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A camera obscura pilgrimage

Writer and photography / Nancy Breslin A pinhole photographer arranged part of her holiday around the chance to be inside a giant camera. I just returned from a two week trip to the UK.  Most of the time was spent visiting family (we saw over 30 relatives in five cities), but on the way from […]

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