Scott Wittenburg

Scott Wittenburg is a photography teacher and the host of Photography 101, the top photo podcast on iTunes. He lives in Columbus, Ohio, USA, and shows a range of processes.
From: Columbus, Ohio, USA.
Shows: Cyanotypes, Infrareds, Polaroid image transfers, Polaroid SX-70s, Salt prints.

Scott Wittenburg is a high school photography teacher and the host of Photography 101, a popular podcast on iTunes. Before teaching, he was a professional photographer in New York City and is now located in Columbus, Ohio, USA.

Scott has a BA in Visual Arts (Ohio Dominican University) and a Masters in photography from Antioch University. His master’s thesis involved and in-depth study of alternative process photography (particularly Polaroid image transfers, emulsion lifts, and SX-70 manipulations) and time-lapse/motion photography.

“I enjoy pursuing many techniques and genres of photography but spend most of my creative energy experimenting with Polaroid processes, salt printing and cyanotypes.”

More about Scott:
Articles and books

Photographer is also featured in:

Alternative Photography: Art and Artists, Edition I


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Learn more about Cyanotypes
Blueprint to cyanotypes the book by Malin Fabbri

3 thoughts on “Scott Wittenburg”

  1. Man Ray was the most known for his photograms (he called them “rayographs”) and other photographers are William Henry Fox Talbot and Anna Atkins (17-99 to 1871). Atkins in fact was not only the first photographer to publish an entire book of photos (which were cyanotypes of photograms) but she is also considered the first female phogographer.

  2. Hi Scott,

    I watched your salt print video, very nice and thank you for posting that. You made mention that a few photographers became famous for their photo-grams. One was Picasso, would you email me their names I would like to look up their work.

    Best regards,


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