UK photographers

Jim Read

Jim Read

Jim Read likes to do things his own way has contributed with how-to articles on making your own contact print frames amongst other things. From: Midlands, UK. Shows: Cyanotypes. Jim started photography in 1990 purely as a pastime and decided to go down the exhibition route to hone his skills. Over the next ten years he had, or took part … Read more

Tina Maas

Tina Maas

German born Tina Maas studied and lives in London. She has also studied in New York. She experiments with modern tin types and liquid emulsions. From: Hamburg, Germany, lives in London, England. Shows: Liquid emulsions, Polaroid emulsion lifts, Tin types. Tina Maas was born in Hamburg and studied in London. One semester was also spent in New York, where she … Read more

Keith Nourse

Keith Nourse

Keith Nourse from London works in several processes like Salt prints, all using paper negatives. From: London, England lives in France. Shows: Cyanotypes, Gum bichromates, Salt prints, Vandykes. Born in London in 1958, Keith only uses equipment that is older than he is; from his mainstay Rolleiflex TLR to a 1905 mahogany, brass and leather Sanderson Field camera. He has … Read more

Henry Rattle

Henry Rattle

Henry Rattle’s long pursuit of fine black-and-white prints, guided by Fred Picker’s books and newsletters, has been overtaken by the greater freedom, frequent surprises, and uniqueness of handcoated processes. From: South of England, UK. Shows: Cyanotypes, Gum bichromates, Gum bichromates with cyanotypes. Henry Rattle loves the process of printing – and sometimes the outcome too. He is now beginning to … Read more

Beverly Evans

Beverly Evans

Beverley Evans has been interested in photography since she was a child but only became serious about it 6 years ago when she got her first SLR camera, she now works in cyanotypes and vandykes. From: Ely, Cambridgeshire, UK Shows: Cyanotypes, Polaroid transfers and Vandyke browns. Beverley signed up for evening classes, learnt to develop her own black and white … Read more

Mike Ware

Mike Ware

Dr. Michael J. Ware is a chemist and photographer, known for his work in alternative photographic processes. He has invented variations of processes and refined many of them. Here he shows his cyanotypes, argyrotypes, chysotypes and more. From: Bromley, UK. Shows: Argyrotypes, chrysotypes, cyanotypes, platinum, palladium, palladiotypes. Dr. Mike J. Ware graduated in chemistry at the University of Oxford (1962) … Read more