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After the Snap pt. 2

Today I’m going to show you just how I go from a digitally captured black-and-white to a polished photo and then to a transparency for the final product for this particular image – an anthotype print.  Although this project was … Continue reading

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A Couple Prints in the Right Direction

Mixing the 21st and 19th centuries is giving me the joy of both worlds and a huge lesson in patience.  Being accustomed to having to take a couple of days to get some prints just the way I want them … Continue reading

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Still Loving Grass Stain!

Success! After a week in a sunny drive way and a couple days in a window while it snowed, my first few anthotype test prints are faded enough to declare finished. For all of these prints, the juice was brushed … Continue reading

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Anticipation…

…It’s making me wait! I went into this anthotype project knowing that it was to be an exercise in patience.  In theory, the dyes that fade the slowest will also last the longest. I have been looking at this under … Continue reading

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Gotta Love Grass Stain

How many times have you stained your clothes as a kid, rolling in the grass?  How about spilling wine down the front of your shirt?  Or some berry pie? Would you ever think they could be used to make photographic … Continue reading

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