alternative processes

Infinitude of Greyness : Square object in space and time #1. by Russell Moreton

:Homemade 4×5 Cyanotype Negative - This came out way better than I thought was possible. This is a forty hour exposure taken out my front window with a 4×5 Crown Graphic camera on a homemade cyanotype negative. The blue image is the cyanotype, it’s a really old chemical photo process that you can mix by hand and spread on to a substrate – in this case card stock paper. I scanned the blue neg then desaturated and flipped to a positive in Photoshop and was shocked by how much detail it produced.:

Photograph (714) on Flickr.

Artist’s Book: white and coloured pages, card covers with cyanotype of Winchester Cathedral.

A hand bound book comprising of five signatures each with four folios. This book contains a collection of postcards made from contact prints and photograms from Tidbury Ring using the cyanotype process. Other pages contain some cyanotype paintings/abstracts around the theme of dwelling and hut. Silver gelatine images of St Catherine’s Hill are present as are some experimental pinhole photography.

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Photographic Processes: The Albumen Print, 2012, 3:27 minutes, Produced by George Eastman House and Eggwork Productions, Funding provided by The Institute for Museum and Library Services

Here is the third of six videos on photographic processes! 

Leylines : Artist’s Book 2012 on Flickr.

St Catherine’s Hill, Winchester.
Silver gelatin print.

Artist’s Book: white and coloured pages, card covers with cyanotype of Winchester Cathedral.

A hand bound book comprising of five signatures each with four folios. This book contains a collection of postcards made from contact prints and photograms from Tidbury Ring using the cyanotype process. Other pages contain some cyanotype paintings/abstracts around the theme of dwelling and hut. Silver gelatine images of St Catherine’s Hill are present as are some experimental pinhole photography.

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