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Anthotype Emulsions, Volume 2

by Malin Fabbri   The second book in the series from World Anthotype Day “If you are looking for a resource of Anthotype emulsions, then this book is exactly what you need!” – Christopher Osborne, editor Silvergrain Classics Anthotype Emulsions, Volume 2 – The collective research from photographers on World Anthotype Day 2023. $14.00 Download eBook (PDF) directly. $22.00 Buy eBook (PDF for Kindle) from Amazon Kindle. Buy from Amazon.com … Read more

Avocado anthotype by Ralph Rinke

Avocado, probably “Hass” from California / Mexico (Persea americana) anthotype by Ralph Rinke

“Slice-Acado” by Ralph Rinke
Country: North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Parts used: Skins: cleaned off all the flesh and chopped finely
Amount: 30 grams
Extracted by: Soaking in 100 mL distilled water with 10 mL of ammonia added, over
a period of one to two weeks. The ammonia will bring out the reds: shake/stir to
aerate the emulsion every day to intensify the colour
Thinner: Distilled water for smoother, easier coating
Application: Brushing with synthetic brush

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Anthotype Emulsions, Volume 1

by Malin Fabbri   The first book in the series from World Anthotype Day Anthotype Emulsions, Volume 1 – The collective research from photographers on World Anthotype Day 2022. “Dedicated artists from all over the world experiment and contribute their valuable discoveries page by page. The beauty is alluring, and the possibilities are endless.” Peter J. Blackburn. $12.00 Download eBook (PDF) directly. $18.00 Buy eBook (PDF for Kindle) from Amazon … Read more

English Cucumber (Cucumis sativus) anthotype by Ralph Rinke

English Cucumber (Cucumis sativus) anthotype by Ralph Rinke

“Stack of Chips” by Ralph Rinke
Country: Canada
Parts used: Cucumber skin (hothouse/greenhouse)
Application: Brushing with a foam brush
Exposure time: 3 hours 45 minutes – during mid day and high sun
Months, season and year: Summer, July 2022
Substrate: Stonehenge White cotton rag – 250 gsm
Contrast of final print: *** (High)

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Ralph Rinke Platinum palladium

Ralph Rinke

Ralph Rinke is a Fine Art Photographer living in North Vancouver on the West coast of Canada. He shares his Cyanotypes and Platinum Palladiums. From: North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Shows: Cyanotypes and Platinum palladium. With camera in hand for over fifty years, Ralph Rinke has for decades, created photographs for individuals and corporations alike. Currently, he is exploring the work of the avant-garde Czech and German photographers from the … Read more