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
- Email: wittfoto (at) mac.com
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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.
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.