David Marsh

David Marsh started exploring alternative photographic processes during the pandemic, he shares his gold-toned salt prints. From: Escondido, USA. Shows:…

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Jacquard products

Supplies cyanotype chemicals and kits. Email: service@jacquardproducts.com Phone: +1 707.433.9577 Website: https://www.jacquardproducts.com/cyanotype Ships: Globally

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Cyanotype kits and supplies

Supplies cyanotype formula A and B, Citric Acid, toning kits, UV lamps, transparencies and ready pre-coated paper. Address: 42 Berwick drive, Cannock, Staffs, WS11 1 NS, UK Phone: +44 1543 – 506 729 Email: info (at) cyanotype.co.uk Website: https://cyanotype.co.uk/

3 anthotype books

We now have 3 books on Anthotypes – enough to inspire someone?

Once you most likely felt that spark of inspiration, the one that initiated your creative process. Why not inspire someone else to get creative? We now have 3 anthotype books that may just be the perfect gift for someone? Or maybe for yourself! Anthotypes – Make photographs using plants   This book will show you how it is done, and … Read more

Anthotype notes

Do you document your anthotypes?

Watch the video to see how we document our anthotypes, in the same format as used for World Anthotype Day. Read more about the Anthotype Notebook or get your copy. Using this notebook, or another to document your anthotypes means you learn from your prints and experience. It also means that if you are taking part in World Anthotype Day … Read more

Anthotype by Fiona Robinson

Fiona Robinson

Fiona Robinson finds the low environmental impact of the anthotype process to be the key attraction. See her work. From: Salford, UK. Shows: Anthotypes. Fiona Robinson discovered the anthotype process while studying for an MA in socially-engaged photography, adding to her qualifications in ecology and community development. Much of Fiona Robinson’s photographic work focuses on the natural world, and so … Read more

Kelp carbon print by Jim Patterson

Kelp carbon process – A direct positive carbon photographic process

Kelp carbon is not for the beginner. The kelp carbon process is a direct positive carbon photographic process. Jim Patterson shares his process. Writer and photography / Jim Patterson In short: Sodium alginate (from kelp) is the Colloid and Ferric (iron iii) Oxalate is the Sensitizer. The image is pigment bound to a support in the hardened (insoluble) colloid. What … Read more

Anthotype Emulsions, Volume 1

New release! Anthotype Emulsions, Volume 1 – hot off the press!

It’s finally here, the book from World Anthotype Day 2022! Anthotype Emulsion, Volume 1 features over 100 artists using 60 different anthotype emulsions. The artists contributed with inspiring anthotypes and also shared their process, all compiled in this book. Available now, both in eBook, paperback. And if you are looking for a present, or simply for your own collection – … Read more