R(eading) R(esponse) 4

“The Cyanotype Process”

Cyanotype just might be my favorite photographic and artistic process. The nearly endless possibilities of substrates and surfaces you can coat, as well as the images and objects you can document, make for an exciting scientific and artistic exploration. The list of papers that work well with the process definitely comes in handy and may prevent a lot of trial and error which results in wasted money and resources. It’s nice to know what to look for. It’s interesting to see a process that I have become comfortable with and used to, broken down in an depth step-by-step format. There are also helpful rescue mission tips for mishaps like overexposure, which I didn’t even know could possibly be remedied.

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