Blueprint to Cyanotypes : Exploring a Historical Alternative Photographic Process
The cyanotype is often the first alternative process that people try. Digital photography has given this historical process new life. Now you can create negatives in your computer and develop the... More > prints in the sun, combining one of the earliest photographic techniques with the latest. The cyanotype process is a perfect compliment to today's digital photography, whether you are making creative prints or fine art. It gives experienced photographers and artists a great excuse to take their eyes off the computer screen and get their hands dirty. Blueprint to cyanotypes is all you need to get started with cyanotypes. It is full of information and tips. It is also inspiration to see samples of 19 artists currently working with cyanotypes.< Less
Anthotypes will make you look at plants in a whole new light. It will show you how to make photographs from the juice of flowers, fruits and plants, using a totally environmentally friendly... More > photographic process.< Less
From Pinhole to Print : Inspiration, Instructions And Insights In Less Than An Hour
From pinhole to print will guide you from drilling your first pinhole to printing your first pinhole photograph. It is an easy to read, step-by-step guide to making a pinhole camera and creating... More > images. Today - when most cameras are brimming with digital functionality - many seek relief in the simplicity of a basic pinhole camera. Pinholing is a very pure form of photography. The pinhole camera that you will build is simple, but pinholing has few limitations. Pinholing is a fantastic way to discover photography. Building the camera, loading the paper and taking a first picture gives the beginner an understanding of the basic skills used in photography. The artists' gallery will inspire you to take your pinholing further. Once you get started you may even become a dedicated pinhead!< Less
Alternative Photography: Art and Artists I
Alternative Photography: Art and Artists, Edition I highlights the work of 115 of today's most active photographers working with alternative processes. Discover how the different processes create a... More > unique look in a print, and get an insight into how the processes function. Here you will find both information and inspiration. Artists introduce themselves, their work and why they chose the qualities of that particular process. A wide variety of processes, concepts and ideas can be found. The images are great inspiration. And, the purpose of this book? To inspire.
The processes include albumen, anthotype, argyrotype, carbon, chrysotype, cyanotype, bromoil, gum bichromate, gumoil, infrared, kallitype, vandyke, platinum/palladium, photogravure, polaroid lift, transfer and sx-70, salt print, temperaprint, vandyke, wet plate collodion, ziatype and other alternative photographic processes.< Less