Sri Lankan Clover Cyanotype by Henrietta Molinaro at Wilson Stephens & Jones http://www.wilsonstephensandjones.com
Anna Atkins - 19thc botanist/ photographer working with cyanotype process
Phillip Stearns shows how to photograph electricity without a camera, for dreamy rainbow images emblazoned onto a final print.
Ocean Flowers: Anna Atkins's Cyanotypes
Selection of papers coated with one and two layers of beetroot dye
I'm currently exploring the historic anthotype process, invented by Sir John Herschel in 1842. It is an entirely natural process, using photosensitive liquid extracted from plant matter. The coated...
Brian: Turmeric for this one, with a five-day exposure
making photographs with plants - I wonder if using shellac as a coating would preserve them like resin?
Plant pigments for making prints. Can even transfer a photograph to a leaf. downside - takes lots of time to develop
Malin Fabbri / 5 photograms: Red oxeye daisy, Bellflower, Garden Lupin, Potato and Tulip / Anthotypes
Working with anthotypes « Anthotypes « Formulas And How-To « AlternativePhotography.com
Br¡ttography | Anthotype | pink
Talking to spiders about alternative photographic processes, especially cyanotypes, anthotypes, and lumen prints.
Looking for a weekend project? Try you hand at creating an anthotype, or an image created using photosensitive material from plants. Grind up some plant ma
The anthotype process « Anthotypes « Formulas And How-To « AlternativePhotography.com