Massimo Badolato started photography as a teenager and is currently working in palladium prints. He experiments with different supports and brushes to achieve the perfect surface. From: Turin, Italy. Shows: Palladium prints. Massimo Badolato lives and works in Turin (Italy). From the age of fifteen, with his first Nikon F, he has been taking photographs to express his personal interpretation … Read more
Jean-Claude Mougin shares his text on Palladium in 3 parts, Part 1: The Object, Part 2: The Technique and Part 3: The Recipes and Bibliography (this article). Writer and photography / Jean-Claude Mougin Read the previous article The palladium and platinum salts, Part 2: The Technique WARNING The Platino-Palladiotype process involves chemicals which should be regarded as potentially harmful. It … Read more
Jean-Claude Mougin shares his text on Palladium in 3 parts, The palladium and platinum salts, Part 1: The Object (this article), The palladium and platinum salts, Part 2: The Technique and Part 3: The Recipes and Bibliography. Writer and photography / Jean-Claude Mougin The substance of art is not substance The matter of art is not matter The subject of … 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) … Read more
From: Russian photographer based in Boston, Massachusetts, USA
From: The Bull City of Durham, North Carolina, USA.
Shows: Bromoils, Gum bichroamtes, Lith prints, Platinum prints, Hand painted photographs, Palladiums.
Produces photographic books and downloads, as well as organising exhibitions of prints using the following wet-processes: new chrysotype, platinotype, platinum/palladium, argyrotype, new cyanotype, gum bichromate, salt, casein and anthotype.