Peter J. Blackburn reviews Anthotype Emulsions, Volume 1, and finds this springboard and resource alluring – and is eagerly awaiting the next volume. Writer / Peter J. Blackburn If ever there was a medium that best captured the soft, the gentle, and the ethereal, anthotypes would be among the champions. And those delicate qualities are clearly on display in Malin Fabbri’s new text, Anthotype Emulsions, Volume 1, which continues to … Read more
If stuck on a desert island, John Marriage chooses to keep himself amused with anthotypes, since plenty of pigments and an abundance of time would be at hand. He shares his experiments with in-camera anthotypes. Writer and photography / John Marriage A week before a July 2017 meeting, I had a phone call asking for a short talk on “What camera would I take if I were stranded on a … Read more
by Malin Fabbri Buy the anthotypes notebook here – published by AlternativePhotography.com This notebook contains pre-defined pages with enough room to document 50 anthotypes. Rated 10 – based on 11 votes $00.00 Download printable eBook (PDF) directly. Free for Supporting Members – become a member and email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are already a member, email us and we’ll send it! $8.00 Download eBook (PDF) and print it yourself. $18.00 … Read more
Does the world need an Anthotype Day? Now we know, thanks to the 87 people who very kindly filled out our Anthotype day survey. Read on and you will know too! First a little background: Since the publication of Anthotypes – Explore the darkroom in your garden and make photographs using plants, the demand for more information has been apparent. We wanted to find out if an Anthotype day could: … Read more
Does the world need an Anthotype Day? We don’t know, so we’ll start with a survey to find out what YOU think. Please help us out by filling out the short survey. Please let us know what YOU think by filling out the Anthotype Day survey. Since the publication of Anthotypes – Explore the darkroom in your garden and make photographs using plants the demand for more information is apparent. Can … Read more
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 area of significant interest which also informs her work. During … Read more
Noelle Rasmussen, a film photography artist who has taught darkroom photography shares her work in Anthotypes, Chlorophylls, Cyanotypes and Lumens. From: Hickory, North Carolina, USA. Shows: Anthotypes, Chlorophylls, Cyanotypes and Lumens. Noelle Rasmussen lives within easy reach of the Blue Ridge Mountains since moving from Regensburg, Germany in 1999. She earned her BS in Journalism from the University of Colorado and her MA in Liberal Studies (focusing in photography) at … Read more
The summer is approaching, at least in Europe and North America. The best time for Anthotyping is almost here. Get ready! Start experimenting with Anthotypes. Get the know how of anthotyping: Start by finding plants suitable for making anthotypes and where to get them: Finding plants and pigments for making anthotypes. But, be careful, even beautiful plants can be dangerous!: Safety first – plants to watch when making anthotypes. Pick … Read more
North American photographers – East & East Coast
From: Wilmington, Delaware, USA.
Shows: Anthotypes and Silver gelatins (peepholes).
From: Ohio, USA.
Shows: Anthotypes, Vandykes.