Anthotype books – how to and emulsion volumes

Anthtoypes is a process we promote since it’s easy to start with and sustainable. Starting with our Anthotype books is a good way to learn. Start with the “how to” book Anthotypes – Explore the darkroom in your garden and make photographs using plants and move on to the Volumes 1-2 for more inspiration on anthotype emulsions to use.

Get in-depth learning the anthotype process with these excellent anthotype books:

“Anthotype Emulsions” Volume 1 and Volume 2 is the collective research from photographers on World Anthotype Day 2022 and 2023, and are great reference books for learning more about anthotype emulsions, each book describes over 100 emulsions. Get this book for inspiration of new emulsions to try and also read about the artists’ processes. Get one or start collecting them!

Emulsions from 2022

Anthotype Emulsions, Volume 1 – The collective research from photographers on World Anthotype Day 2022

Anthotype Emulsions, Volume 1

by Malin Fabbri

The collective research from photographers on World Anthotype Day 2022
Anthotype research from over 100 artists from all over the globe on 60 different plants, powders and dyes for anthotypes!

“Dedicated artists from all over the world experiment and contribute their valuable discoveries page by page. The beauty is alluring, and the possibilities are endless.”
-Peter J. Blackburn.

 
Emulsions from 2023

Anthotype Emulsions, Volume 2 - The collective research from artists on World Anthotype Day 2023

Anthotype Emulsions, Volume 2

by Malin Fabbri

The collective research from photographers on World Anthotype Day 2023
Anthotype research from 139 artists from all over the globe on more plants, powders and dyes for anthotypes!

 
If you are looking for our “how-to” anthotype book:

Anthotypes – Explore the darkroom in your garden and make photographs using plants

by Malin Fabbri

Learn how to make anthotypes.
Anthotypes will make you look at plants in a whole new light. It will show you how to make photographs from the juice of flowers, fruits and plants, using a totally environmentally friendly photographic process.

This is the only book solely dedicated to teaching the anthotype process and a great way to learn the anthotype process. Get this one if you are new to the process or want to deepen your knowledge about the process and the history of anthotypes.

“Anthotypes show us just how much early photography is a kind of natural magic. Malin Fabbri’s book is a real gift – a much-needed manual on this beautiful and almost-forgotten process.”
– Dan Estabrook, Artist and educator.

 
If you want to document your anthotypes – a highly recommended practice

Anthotype Notes - Document your Anthotype Process notebook cover

Anthotype notes – Document your anthotype process

A notebook tailored to documenting your anthotypes. It follows the same format as the World Anthotype Day entry, smoothing the process.
Get this notebook to document your anthotypes. Contains pre-defined pages with room to document 50 anthotypes – enough for some serious experimenting.

The notebook is free for Supporting Members to print out.

In the database
If you are looking for the database, it’s here:
AlternativePhotography.com/anthotype-encyclopedia/anthotype-database-all-emulsions/