How to Print Photographs in the Sun Using the Classic Cyanotype Process

Print Photographs in the Sun Using the Classic Cyanotype Process

In 1842, British scientist Sir John Herschel experimented with the effect of light on iron compounds, inventing a process to produce the blue-tinted prints we know as cyanotypes.

In 1842, British scientist Sir John Herschel experimented with the effect of light on iron compounds, inventing a process to produce the blue-tinted prints we know as cyanotypes.

Discover the Wet Cyanotype Process with H. Lisa Solon - Photographers Formulary

Discover the Wet Cyanotype Process with H. Lisa Solon

Discover the Wet Cyanotype Process with H. Lisa Solon - Photographers Formulary

Anna Atkins - 19thc botanist/ photographer working with cyanotype process

Anna Atkins - 19thc botanist/ photographer working with cyanotype process

Cyanotype Process: digital photography using traditional techniques

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MikeWare - The New Cyanotype Process

MikeWare - The New Cyanotype Process

Brenda Introcaso Brown  Cyanotype | Flickr - Photo Sharing!  https://www.facebook.com/The-film-soup-1572171719668702/timeline/

Brenda Introcaso Brown Cyanotype | Flickr - Photo Sharing! https://www.facebook.com/The-film-soup-1572171719668702/timeline/

This video tutorial introduces a basic method for making digital negatives for the cyanotype process.

This video tutorial introduces a basic method for making digital negatives for the cyanotype process.

Dandelion Seeds, Taraxacium officinale Author: Bertha E. Jaques (American, 1863–1941)Date: ca. 1910Medium: Cyanotype photogramLocation: Smithsonian American Art Museum

Dandelion Seeds, Taraxacium officinale Author: Bertha E. Jaques (American, 1863–1941)Date: ca. 1910Medium: Cyanotype photogramLocation: Smithsonian American Art Museum

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