Born in the Holga on 2-1/4" Tri-X film, scanned and inverted (posted to Flickr 2013), adjusted and printed as a digital negative (transparency) for VanDyke Brown process. The digital negative was then contact printed as a Lumen with a 7 hour exposure in the bright June sun. The lumen print was then scanned prior to fixing and the image was finally inverted in Adobe Photoshop. I was both surprised and pleased with the resulting image.
A pair of cyanotypes from my class in handmade photographs.
This originated from a real crappy color film negative, ASA 800 speed film from a cheap disposable camera. I scanned the negative and converted it to grayscale in Photoshop. That image is posted somewhere back in my photostream.
Here I created a 4x5" digital negative from the scanned film and made two contact prints on quality watercolor art paper sensitized with a cyanotype solution.
The top image is a straight cyanotype, while the bottom one I toned it by bleaching for 45 seconds in Arm & Hammer washing soda followed by a 9 minute bath in wine tannin.
I'm really enjoying my class, it's fairly intense.
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