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Sweet Paprika, pimentón (Capsicum annuum) anthotype by Célica Veliz

“Clara’s House” by Célica Veliz
Country: Argentina
Parts used: Powder
Application: Brushing
Exposure time: 8 hours
Month, season and year: December, spring, 2021
Substrate: Cellulose watercolour paper (Schoeller Da Capo 300 g)
Contrast of final print: ** (Medium)

Sweet Paprika, pimentón (Capsicum annuum) anthotype by Célica VelizSweet Paprika, pimentón (Capsicum annuum) for making anthotypesAmount: Handful for each print
Extracted using: Soaking
Thinner: Alcohol
Layers: 2
Used to create image: Positive offset photolith

Challenges or observations: These sweet paprika prints expose quickly but fade very easily, even in the dark.

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