Peter J. Blackburn draws the shade with a few closing remarks and extends a personal invitation to you.
Join the discussion as Peter wraps up the series by fighting a border skirmish. Better wear a helmet.
Some concluding thoughts from Peter J. Blackburn on casein printing and a couple of prints, too!
Peter J. Blackburn writes the conclusion to an autobiographical trilogy telling the tale of how he became acquainted with the casein process.
The plot thickens as Peter J. Blackburn continues his dramatic trilogy describing how casein became his superhero to the rescue!
Peter J. Blackburn begins a dramatic and autobiographical trilogy telling the tale of how the casein process came to his rescue!
Peter J. Blackburn asks: Why are the academics are removing the darkrooms from education and replacing them with digital technology?
Peter J. Blackburn reflects on the darkroom work he has done over the years and how a manual opened his world to alt. proc.
Alternative printers, especially those working in platinum/palladium, living in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area can view some spectacular work by photographer, Michael Massaia.
Peter J. Blackburn on: Speaking of flashes expelling the darkness and suggesting two convenient opportunities for getting those questions answered and issues resolved while connecting with fellow artists along the way.
“Too dark, use flash.” Now there’s a photographic phrase which has become a favorite of mine over the years for regular everyday use… by Peter J. Blackburn
It’s raining outside. In the past, rainy days used to irk me. After all, a dichromate printer who relies upon the sun as the sole UV source for printing demands cloud-free days. No sun, no prints.
“Colour is my day-long obsession, joy and torment.” Like Monet, Peter J. Blackburn is inspired by color.
From: Dallas, Texas, USA.
Shows: Casein pigment and Gum bichromates.