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First, a Word about CyanotypesPhotography isn’t new. The thought of capturing an image and making permanent copies has been around a long time, but until the Frenchman Joseph Nicephore Niépce captured View from the Window at Gras in 1826, any captured image was transitory. Louis Daguerre partnered with Niépce and developed the Daguerreotype and published his “how to do it” manual in 1839. The Daguerrotype, as revolutionary as it was, could not be reproduced. It was a “one off” process. like…

Annie Pike's Celestial Cyanotypes

First, a Word about CyanotypesPhotography isn’t new. The thought of capturing an image and making permanent copies has been around a long time, but until the Frenchman Joseph Nicephore Niépce captured View from the Window at Gras in 1826, any captured image was transitory. Louis Daguerre partnered with Niépce and developed the Daguerreotype and published his “how to do it” manual in 1839. The Daguerrotype, as revolutionary as it was, could not be reproduced. It was a “one off” process. like…

Cyanotype Anna Atkins

vivipiuomeno: Blue to go - 2012 - Lindsay - Constellations

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Palette inspiration for the east facing parlor and fainting room: Dawn and silhouettes, shadows and dewy light. Unit cyanotype print on handmade paper

Dusty flowers

tinktastichana: “ Spring passes and one remembers one’s innocence. Summer passes and one remembers one’s exuberance. Autumn passes and one remembers one’s reverence. Winter passes and one remembers.

Cyanotype printing is an alternative photography process that uses sunlight to expose the image. I developed a way of taking the traditional cyanotype process and altering the process so that instead of a normal blue and white print, I could get varied shades of blue, green,

Cyanotype printing is an alternative photography process that uses sunlight to expose the image. I developed a way of taking the traditional cyanotype process and altering the process so that instead of a normal blue and white print, I could get varied shades of blue, green,

Feine Papierobjekte - Fine Paper Objects | Cyanotypie

White paper art by Anna Maria Bellmann (nee Huber) paper artist, Munich, Germany

A print by @merelymere who worked with SSC to host a hands-on Cyanotype Print (also known as Sun Printing) Workshop in The Annex Courtyard recently. During this workshop, participants used clippings found in nature as well as their own objects to create custom prints using light sensitive paper and fabrics.

A print by who worked with SSC to host a hands-on Cyanotype Print…

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