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

Print Photographs in the Sun Using the Classic Cyanotype Process

How to Print Photographs in the Sun Using the Classic Cyanotype Process. An extract from the book Blueprint to cyanotypes describing the classic or traditional cyanotype process. The basic cyanotype recipe has not changed very much since.

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

Anna Atkins Algae - Photographs of British Algae: Cyanotype Impressions between 1843 and 1853

Cyanotype Process: digital photography using traditional techniques

Ricoh GR vs Nikon Coolpix A: which should you buy?

In this tutorial we combine elements of digital photography with one of the oldest techniques, the Cyanotype process.

My first cyanotype using Dr. Mike Ware’s New Cyanotype process. Printed on Arches Hot Press, six minutes UV exposure. “Developed” in dilute vinegar for 1 minute before rinsing in order to boost dmax....

My first cyanotype using Dr. Mike Ware’s New Cyanotype process. Printed on Arches Hot Press, six minutes UV exposure. “Developed” in dilute vinegar for 1 minute before rinsing in order to boost dmax.

Botanical prints made using cyanotype printing! A fun project to do with kids. Boredom fighter for this summer maybe?

Sun Print Cards

Preserve leaves and flowers from your garden with sun print cards using this traditional photography process that produces a brilliant blue print!

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

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 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.

Digital Negatives for the Cyanotype Process on Vimeo

Digital Negatives for the Cyanotype Process on Vimeo

A cyanotype by the botanist Anna Atkins circa 1850s

Anna Atkins along with other artists who showed in 'shadow catchers'- my favourite exhibition. A cyanotype, also called a sun print or blueprint, circa by British botanist Anna Atkins,

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.

Science Company - The Cyanotype Process

A photogram of Algae, made by Anna Atkins as part of her 1843 book, Photographs of British Algae: Cyanotype Impressions, the first book composed entirely of photographic images.

Cyanotype tutorial including notes on toning for different colours

Cyanotype tutorial including notes on toning for different colours

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