There is then something of the early underwater photograph about these cyanotypes
, whose washing-to-blue plunges the image into the intense depths of colour.
Dark blue impressions known as blueprints or cyanotypes
, normally associated with architectural design, is one of the most permanent photographic processes known.
Tomoko Abe's Solar Tailings is a wall-sized mural 3 x 20 feet with glazed porcelain abstract solar shapes and their shadows in a cyanotype
print on Washi paper.
In her 1990s Wild Women Don't Get No Blues series, Amaki creates photographic collages that are printed in cyanotype
on cotton muslin.
Processes included in the workshop are Photogenic Drawing, Cyanotype
, Salted paper process, and Van Dyke brown process.
1) A child's hands are captured on a cyanotype
as it hangs to dry during an art workshop at the Getty Family Festival on Saturday at the J.
Blue Parasol, 2009, is actually a cyanotype
photogram: Warboys made it by coating the canvas with a light-sensitive solution, placing a bundle of reeds in a circular formation suggesting the shape of an open parasol at its center, and exposing it to the sun.
The pair's cyanotype
An Assortment of Studio Props, 1913, 1997 -- fake composition dates are part of their titles--presents the odds and ends associated with a beaux-arts studio school.
Monochrome settings: Monochrome settings can be applied to any color image in the camera, to convert it to a pleasing monochromatic picture, either in black-and-white, sepia or cyanotype
Jill also teaches the alternative processes she uses: cyanotype
, kallitype, palladium and Van Dyke Brown.
This workshop is for creative people of all disciplines who want to expand on their visualizing possibilities, explore new options and inspire new directions, and learn to make cyanotypes
- salt prints - vandyke brown and albumen prints with your digital photos.
March 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Trident Gallery is pleased to present " Pale Shadows: Cameraless Images by Pamela Ellis Hawkes," an exhibition of cyanotypes
, tintypes, and pigment prints captured without a camera.
Chapters cover chemical safety, materials and techniques, digital negaitves, fugitive (non-fixed and semi-fixed) printing, cyanotypes
, salt and albumen prints, Van Dyke brown/kallitype/argyrotypes, platinum and palladium prints, wet plate collodion, liquid emulsion, gum printing, transfers and other ideas, and printing on ceramics.