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Paprika (Capsicum annuum) anthotype by Ronald D. Butler

“Coneflowers” by Ronald D. Butler
Country: USA
Parts used: Powder
Application: Brushing
Exposure time: 17 hours
Month, season and year: August, summer, 2022
Substrate: Hannemuhle Platinum Rag, 300 gsm
Contrast of final print: * (Low)

Paprika (Capsicum annuum) anthotype by Ronald D. ButlerPaprika (Capsicum annuum) for anthotypeAmount: 3 tablespoons
Extracted using: Stirring, Swirling, & Soaking
Thinner: Everclear
Layers: 1
Used to create image: Photogram of flowers
Challenges or observations: This was exposed over two days, one in full sun and one overcast. Of the various emulsions I used, this seemed to print the fastest.

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Additional Info: This is my first time making anthotypes. I referenced Malin Fabbri’s “Anthotypes” book and I attended a hands-on workshop with Brittonie Fletcher @etherwaves at the Penumbra Foundation @penumbrafoundationNYC.

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