Wynn White is an American photographer making his home in Chiba, Japan. He learned his craft through trial and error in the field and in the darkroom. Wynn practices various historic printing techniques including salt, cyanotype, kallitype, Vandyke and argyrotype. From: Payette, Idaho, USA, but lives Chiba, Chiba, Japan Shows: Argyrotypes, Cyanotypes, Kallitypes, Salt prints and Vandykes. Wynn White is an American photographer making his home in Chiba, Japan. He … Read more
Alfonso de Castro, a Spanish professor shows argyrotypes, vandykes platinum & palladiums and a range of different processes in his gallery. From: Spain. Shows: Argyrotypes, Cyanotypes, Platinum and Palladium and Vandykes. Alfonso de Castro lives in Spain and is a professor at the University of Barcelona, where he has been teaching photography for many years. He is also naturally a photographer himself. Alfonso de Castro is especially interested in portraits, … Read more
Edited by Jacques Kevers Photography by Dante Cappellani and Cezar Popescu This articles is a complilation of notes from the Picto Benelux group, edited by Jacques Kevers on the iron-silver processes: Kallitypes, Vandyke brown and Argyrotype. I – Let’s not confuse… The main processes being part of the iron-silver family are the Kallitype, Van Dyke Brown, and Argyrotype. And no: Calotype is not part of them. It even doesn’t have anything … Read more
Juliet Lai from Los Angeles shares her haunting images of deserted buildings made in the Argyrotype process. From: Los Angeles, USA. Shows: Argyrotypes. Juliet Lai is a fine art photographer/printmaker from Los Angeles who has focused her work on landscape, architectural, and street photography. For the past few years, her passion has slowly evolved into exploration of derelict locations, and in a moment of frozen time, she documents the remnants of its grandeur … Read more
Dr. Michael J. Ware is a chemist and photographer, known for his work in alternative photographic processes. He has invented variations of processes and refined many of them. Here he shows his cyanotypes, argyrotypes, chysotypes and more. From: Bromley, UK. Shows: Argyrotypes, chrysotypes, cyanotypes, platinum, palladium, palladiotypes. Dr. Mike J. Ware graduated in chemistry at the University of Oxford (1962) and obtained a doctorate by research in molecular spectroscopy (1965). … Read more
From: Trade, Tennessee, USA.