Happy Friday! This print was so fun to do as it introduced me to the platinum/palladium printing process. I’ve missed it because it gives such a wide range of values. The photo was taken in Firenze and was processed in 2011 on watercolor paper sized at 11x14. It’s titled ///Duomo///
Cyanotype Print Workshop September 22nd!
Made by placing digital negatives of your images directly on the photo-sensitive fabric/paper, exposing it to sunlight, then rinsing to reveal your image. It’s an incredibly fun activity with a lot of room for experimentation! $79. Includes 2 8×10 prints
Made from your photographs.
Limited to the first 10 registrants.
Registration closes September 17th. See link in our profile to register!
While unpacking/sorting boxes this afternoon I ran across a whole stack of Cyanotype prints. I was particularly struck by this little test print. To me it’s a great example of how super the combination of digital camera/digital negative and Cyanotype printing is.No darkroom required!
What do a Van Dyke Brown, Cyanotype, and Salt print have in common? This image shows all three historical processes, each made using a calibrated digital negative from one digital file. You can try all three in Historical Photographic Processes in a Contemporary World, sponsored by @uofulifelonglearning. Sign up using the link in our bio or https://continue.utah.edu/lifelong/class/llart_302_historical_photographic_processes_in_a_contemporary_world .