World Cyanotype Day

World cyanotype day – last Saturday in September

Once a year the cyanotype gets special attention. Since 2015 the cyanotype is celebrated on the last Saturday in September in the yearly event World cyanotype Day. This year on the 25th of September. If you are not one of those who do cyanotypes EVERY day, it may be a good time to start. Don’t hesitate to take part in … Read more

World Cyanotype Day 2021 is now CLOSED for entries!

It’s here again, and it’s now open for entries, find physical locations here or read below how to enter in our gallery at AlternativePhotography.com. See you there? We have started taking entries, and will post them in our gallery until the deadline (midnight your time zone Cyanotype Day). Do make our lives a little easier by following ALL of these … Read more

World Cyanotype Day 2020

World Cyanotype Day, 26th september – Let’s make it the BIGGEST EVER!

The 26th September 2020 is World Cyanotype Day and here are the artists and photographers that have entered a cyanotype on this year’s theme “Interconnected”. Enter your work in the gallery: www.alternativephotography.com/gallery/gallery-by-process/world-cyanotype-day-2020/ Take part in World Cyanotype Day 2020 To enable everyone who is isolated we offer a digital gallery here, don’t hesitate to enter! Read more about physical locations … Read more

World Cyanotype Day – on the last Saturday of September

World Cyanotype started in 2015, and was created by the artists of shootapalooza. The official celebration day is always the last Saturday of September. There are several events taking place over the world, here are a few – if you know of more let us know. Contribute with your own work, or if you don’t practice it yourself, you can … Read more

The worlds largets cyantoype

World Cyanotype Day – how it all started

Photography / db Dennis Waltrip, Melanie Walker, Kimberly Chiaris and Paula Riff World Cyanotype Day is a yearly event that takes place the last Saturday in September. It came about as a group effort ’round a kitchen table. Here we talk to db Dennis Waltrip, the contact person for the website and the Facebook Group. She does stress that World … Read more