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Paul Burty Haviland, Young Woman Sitting (Florence Peterson), Cyanotype.

crashinglybeautiful: Paul Burty Haviland, Young Woman Sitting (Florence Peterson), Cyanotype (from arsvitaest via Pictures)

Paul Haviland Florence Peterson assise entre 1909 et 1910 cyanotype H. 0.254 ; L. 0.203 musée d'Orsay, Paris, France

Paul Haviland Florence Peterson assise entre 1909 et 1910 cyanotype H. 0.254 ; L. 0.203 musée d'Orsay, Paris, France

Zhang Dali (張大力, b1963, Harbin, the capital of Heilongjiang Province, China) | artist uses a photo process invented over 150 years ago, creates photograms or cyanotypes by brushing large pieces of cotton canvas with a mixture of chemicals. He explains, 'After drying the fabric, images placed in front of the fabric are captured in silhouette; and, within a few minutes of exposure to the sun's ray's negative images, or shadows start to form.'

Zhang Dali (張大力, Harbin, the capital of Heilongjiang Province, China)

..or lay feathers on fabric and spritz bleach over top for opposite affect.

Cyanotype print directly from the feathers themselves. Even the stripes on the feathers came through.or lay feathers on fabric and spritz bleach over top for opposite affect.

ZHANG DALI 張大力 Blue Sky 3, 2014 Cyanotype and oil on canvas 59 1/10 × 40 3/5 in 150 × 103 cm

Available for sale from Pékin Fine Arts, Zhang Dali, Blue Sky 3 Cyanotype and oil on canvas, 150 × 103 cm

Pinhole cyanotype. Anne van Leeuwen

I also pinned this because I felt it was pretty basic yet it turned out great with all the lighting and focus

This is a how to, what with, what on and how much to use article and though it’s aimed at Cyanotype printers it can be used, with patience with other processes needing coating.

Coating your paper using brushes « Darkroom Photography I am particularly drawn to the edges of this image. From my understanding the photographer used a paintbrush to layer on the developer. However I'm not certain I like the cyan printing method.

Floris Neusüss : : München 64 (Nudogramm) : : c. 1964

photograms by floris neususs// trapped in an endless cycle of poverty and discrimination leads us to hiding and disappearing altogether- include circles of areas that sow the original image while the resst are silhouettes