The best time for making Anthotypes is almost here. We talk to Jacob Garber from the Childrens' Society about the project.The chapter called "Instructions for Copy Cameras" of Sarah Van Keuren's book "A Non-Silver Manual: Cyanotype, Vandyke Brown, Palladium & Gum Bichromate with instructions for making light-resists including pinhole photography", written by Sarah van Keuren, Sandra C. The unlikely story of how Elizabeth Graves built a large format camera, modified film holders by her own design to hold wet plates, mixed collodion chemistry without blowing up her home, used her garage door as a shutter, and (after several adjustments) got her homemade plates into a group gallery show in New York City.Here are some tips that could help you preserve your film photographs.Got an old Polaroid camera sitting around somewhere?Since the camera film making business is on decline (Polaroid is no more, Fuji film is still around) the camera needs to find other uses.
Although anthotype prints are novel and unique, permanence of the image depends upon your choice of organic extract. The summer is approaching, at least in Europe and North America. Get the know how: Start by finding plants suitable for making anthotypes and where to get them: Finding plants and pigments for making anthotypes. is a collaboration by Akademia Pstryk, The Children's Society and a group of 7 to 14 years old talented Roma children living in East London.
Leather-clad Chanel Preston is a menace with that cane, whether or not she actually intends to use it on Ivy Le Belle’s nipples in this recent shoot from Whipped Ass (a Kink Unlimited channel): See Also: “Flouting all the laws of hospitality, this cruel man made me his prisoner and victim…” Indeed he did!
A fun and easy way to make images using juice from fruits, plants, flowers and vegetables as both sensitizer and pigment!
If you are a veteran carbon printer, you should feel comfortable jumping around this book to topics of special interest. Writer and photography / Sandy King and John Lockhart An excerpt from The Carbon Print explaining the basic steps to transform pigmented gelatin into a print in the Carbon print process.
Carbon transfer is a contact printing process that produces an image formed by a layer of hardened, pigmented gelatin on a surface which is ...
Writer and photography / David Kachel David Kachel goes into detail to explain how black and white film works.