NEW 2022! This notebook contains pre-defined pages with enough room to document 50 anthotypes.
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Learn to make prints using plants – an environmentally safe process in this book dedicated to anthotypes. Includes a comprehensive reference section on plants.
- Format: Paperback, 104 pages (enough space to document 50 prints),
- Colour cover, black & white interior
- Printed by: Amazon/Kindle
- Size on Amazon: 15.24×22.86 cm or 6×9 inches
- Publisher: AlternativePhotography.com (2022)
About the anthotype notebook
The anthotype photographic process is easy to start but requires plenty of experimentation to master. Each plant or pigment creates a unique emulsion with varying quality, contrast and exposure time. This notebook will help you keep track of your experiments and evolve your process.
This notebook contains pre-defined pages with enough room to document 50 anthotypes, starting with the name of the plant or pigment and continuing with the process of collecting pigments, making an emulsion, coating the substrate and keeping track of exposure times and season. There is also room to reflect on the result and document what may improve the final print.
Example of note pages:
From Malin Fabbri
This notebook was simply born out of my own need to document and learn from my process. While researching the anthotype process and looking for emulsions I wanted to find an easier way to document my findings to be able to share my research on different anthotype emulsions. I hope it can help others too.
About the author
Malin Fabbri moved from Sweden to London to study. She earned an MA in Design at Central St. Martin’s, but publishing her thesis felt more like a beginning than an end. Malin decided to combine her academic and practical experience and started AlternativePhotography.com in 1999. The website still maintains its origins as a source of information and research for alternative photographic processes and represents almost 400 artists. Malin actively manages the expansion of the site as editor. She researches alternative photographic processes, makes her own prints and runs workshops. Malin has also worked professionally with big media names like Time magazine and CNBC Europe. Malin is the co-author of Blueprint to cyanotypes and From pinhole to print, the editor of the alternative photography art book Alternative Photography: Art and Artists, Edition I representing 115 artists working in alternative photographic processes, and the author of Anthotypes – Explore the darkroom in your garden and make photographs using plants and creator of this notebook Anthotype notes – Document your anthotype process. and soon also Anthotype Emulsions, Volume 1.