Kallitype by Mitch Eckert

Mitch Eckert

Mitch Eckert pairs his photographic equipment, process and materials with the concept and express it though kallitypes. From: Louisville, Kentucky,…

Chlorophyll print by Émilie Léger

Émilie Léger

Canadian Émilie Léger is an award-winning illustrator and visual artist working in chlorophyll prints and cyanotypes. From: Pincourt, Québec, Canada….

Wet cyanotype by Galina Manikova

Wet cyanotype

This article is an excerpt from Cyanotype on glass and ceramics written by Galina Manikova with information and lots of…

Logo Edition Argentum

Edition Argentum

The business originated in my work as a professional darkroom printer, making silvergelatin prints for customers in Berlin. Edition Argentum is an onlineshop for analogue photography offering: – archival materials (archival binders, storage boxes, protective sleeves, portfolios) – creative materials (Cyanotype Kits, Solarfast, Argyrotype, art papers, brushes, etc.) – darkroom workshops in Berlin – analogue photography art editions – photography … Read more

Galina Manikova book

Cyanotype on glass and ceramics – e-book by Galina Manikova

by Galina Manikova Buy “Cyanotype on glass and ceramics” directly from Galina Manikova $60   for e-book.   Why buy it here? When you choose the option to buy directly from the author, the book is shipped by the author ensuring most of the money goes to the author.   Galina’s first edition of the book.   Customer rating: Not yet … Read more

Porphyrography by James Tanguay

James Tanguay

James Tanguay, from Tucson, Arizona USA shares his work made with a process called porphyrography which is is currently working on refining. From: Tucson, Arizona, USA. Shows: Porphyrography. James Tanguay is obsessed with being a part of every aspect of his photography. He designs and builds his own cameras, sometimes even crafting his own lenses. He creates his own sensitizers … Read more

Bucking Horse Sale. Chrysotype by Christina Z. Anderson

Papers for chrysotype

Christina Z. Anderson gives us her best tips for chrysotype papers. If you want to learn more about Chrysotypes, there is plenty to know in Leanne MacPhee’s book, Chrysotype. Writer and photography / Christina Z. Anderson With the rising cost of palladium, Mike Ware’s chrysotype process is an intriguing noble metal process to add to your alternative process arsenal. Leanne … Read more

An image made with the gift box camera.

Porphyrography – no darkroom required

Porphyrography is a long exposure dry plate process that uses a lensed camera and novel iron-based chemistry to make direct positive transparent images on glass plates. Porphyrography is often attractive to students because of its relatively simple technique and its use of inexpensive chemicals. Perhaps its most appealing aspect, however, is that it does not require a darkroom. The light-sensitive … Read more