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Platinum and palladium print by Dennis Segers

Dennis Segers

Dennis Segers, retired and with a passion for landscape photography works with alternative processes and the expression of combining methods, both digital and analogue. See his platinum palladiums and cyanotypes here. From: Carmel, California, USA. Shows: Cyanotypes and platinum palladiums. Recently retired from a high-tech career in Silicon Valley, Dennis Segers now resides near the Big Sur coastline of central … Read more

Geoff Cohen

Geoff Cohen started with photography in the 1980s and has been exploring alternative photographic processes such as chemigrams and photograms. From: New York City, New York, USA. Shows: Chemigrams and Photograms. Starting with an Argus C3 in the 1980s, Geoff Cohen has studied and photographed. His studies include classes with Thom Browne and Tod Papageorge at Yale School of Art, … Read more

Lumen print by Nóra Fanni Zentay

Nóra Fanni Zentay

Nóra Fanni Zentay is a visual artist and researcher from Hungary working in Cyanotypes, Vandykes, Chemigrams, Lumens, Chemilumens. From: Érd, Hungary. Shows: Cyanotypes, Vandykes, Chemigrams, Lumens, Chemilumens. Nóra Fanni Zentay is a Hungarian visual artist and researcher. She earned an MA in Graphic Design from the University of Hertfordshire (IDI), UK and completed the Doctoral Programme in Film, Media and … Read more

Libby Mornement

Libby Mornement explores cyanotypes – many inspired by water and sea – and sells her work in her business Bloemen & Blue. See her work here. From: Wiltshire, UK. Shows: Cyanotypes. With no formal art or photographic training, Libby Mornement’s 3-year venture with cyanotype has been one of pure experimentation & she continues to attempt to cyanotype anything, and on … Read more

Gum bichromate by Alan Glover UK photographer

Alan Glover

Alan Glover, a UK photographer, has been exploring gum bichromate from a photographic point of view with plans to expand his work into a more artistic expression and in different kinds of processes. From: Between Wolverhampton and Birmingham, UK. Shows: Gum bichromates. Alan Glover spent most of his life as a man with a job and a hobby, which just … Read more

Renato Ferreira Bromoil print

Renato Ferreira

Renato Ferreira, teaching Bromoil from his studio in Portugal, has worked with photography since childhood. He shows his Bromoils and silver gelatins here. From: Souselas, Portugal. Shows: Bromoils and Silver gelatins Renato Ferreira (Renato Ferrara) is a Portuguese-American retired CPA, born in Coimbra, located in the central part of Portugal. His first experience with photography was around five or six … Read more

Alex Mavromaras Cyanotype

Alex Mavromaras

Alex Mavromaras’ work in alternative photographic processes is inspired by Greek impressionists translated into cyanotypes, gumoils and oil prints. From: Athens, Greece. Shows: Cyanotypes, Gumoils and Oil prints. Inspired by the Greek Impressionists, Alex Mavromaras, explores the rural Athenian landscapes as they blend in with historic town centers and archeological sites of Classical and Byzantine Greece. Alex holds a BA … Read more

Ralph Jacobs cyanotypes

Ralf Jacobs

Ralf Jacobs is our first cyanotype artist making prints with a laser. He also superimposes laser harmonograms over photographic images in cyanotype. From: Eindhoven, the Netherlands. Shows: Cyanotypes. Ralf Jacobs was born in 1985 in a suburb of Eindhoven – a city known for its technologic development – and in a family where his father was an engineer. It seemed … Read more

Rosemary Horn Photsynthesis

Rosemary Horn

Rosemary Horn is a New Zealand photographer making nature prints using environmentally friendly processes such as Anthotypes and Photosynthesis. From: Nelson, New Zealand. Shows: Anthotypes and Photosynthesis. Rosemary Horn is from New Zealand and currently living in Nelson, New Zealand. She completed a degree in design majoring in Photography at Massey University in Wellington, New Zealand. Textiles is also an … Read more

Carmen Ayala LIquid emulsion

Carmen Ayala

Carmen Ayala discovered a world of creative possibilities in photography when she learned the cyanotype process in 2015. She has now expanded her work to other photographic processes and also works in liquid emulsion. From: In Almería, Spain. Shows: Cyanotypes and Liquid emulsions. Carmen Ayala took up digital photography in 2011, thus returning to a hobby practiced for a few … Read more