Swedish photographers

Photopolymer by David Jeffery

David Jeffery

David Jeffery has worked as a photographer and photo technician in London, UK, and that’s where his interest in alt. proc. started; trying a variety of processes. He now lives in Sweden. See his work here. From: London, UK. Lives in Ljungskile, Sweden. Shows: Cyanotypes and photopolymer. David Jeffery worked on and off as a photographer for museums and archaeology … Read more

Geertjan Plooijer saltprint

Geertjan Plooijer

Geertjan Plooijer was inspired by his parents who had a strong interest in photography. Geertjan works with large format photography and uses processes like cyanotype, salt prints and vandykes. Born: The Netherlands, lives: Mörlunda, Sweden Shows: Cyanotypes, Salt prints and Vandykes. Geertjan was born in 1957 in Utrecht the Netherlands and now lives in Mörlunda in Sweden. Both his parents … Read more

Peter Wiklund

Peter Wiklund

Peter Wiklund is a Swedish pinhole artist and the co-author of From Pinhole to Print, take a look at his pinholes. From: Stockholm, Sweden. Shows: Cyanotypes, Photopolymer gravures, Pinholes, Polaroid SX-70s, Solargraphs. Peter started with photography in the mid 80’s, and have ever since experimented with a lot of techniques and cameras. Nowadays, he mainly uses different plastic and pinhole … Read more

Lars Göran Yeudakimchikov-Malmquist

Lars Göran Yeudakimchikov-Malmquist

Lars Göran Yeudakimchikov-Malmquist from Sweden works in different photogravure methods. From: Strängnäs, Sweden. Shows: Copper photogravure, gum bichromates and photopolymers. Lars Göran Yeudakimchikov-Malmquist lives in the small town Strängnäs near Stockholm, in Sweden. He works in Grafikens Husas an artist with responsibility for the printmaking studio. Lars Göran started out as a photoartist and got in contact with the alternative … Read more

Malin Fabbri

Malin Fabbri

Malin is the editor of this website, she experiments with a variety of techniques, anthotypes, cyanotypes, photopolymer grauvre, photosynthesis, pinholes, SX-70s and solargraphs.
From: Stockholm, Sweden
Shows: Anthotypes, cyanotypes, photosynthesis, pinholes, SX-70s and solargraphs.