Sri Lankan Clover Cyanotype by Henrietta Molinaro at Wilson Stephens & Jones http://www.wilsonstephensandjones.com

Sri Lankan Clover Cyanotype by Henrietta Molinaro at Wilson Stephens Jones

Anna Atkins - 19thc botanist/ photographer working with cyanotype process

Anna Atkins Algae - Photographs of British Algae: Cyanotype Impressions between 1843 and 1853

Phillip Stearns shows how to photograph electricity without a camera, for dreamy rainbow images emblazoned onto a final print.

How to Photograph Electricity without a Camera

ART TECHNIQUE - Phillip Stearns shows how to photograph electricity without a camera, for dreamy rainbow images emblazoned onto a final print.

Anna Atkins cyanotype

indigodreams: “graphandcompass: Ocean Flowers: Anna Atkins’s Cyanotypes of British Algae via ”

Anna Atkins, English (1799-1871) Paris Arguta c. 1850 Cyanotype Gift of the Hall Family Foundation

Exhibition: ‘Cabinet of Curiosities: Photography & Specimens’ at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City

View of New Brighton Beach, Liverpool, England, shows a camera obscura on wheels Late 19th century

A Portable Camera Obscura from Century This appears to be a Victorian bathing machine converted to a camera obscura. It was a century portable camera obscura on the beach at New Brighton Beach near Liverpool, England.

An oak tree in winter, c.1842-43 by William Henry Fox Talbot (Calotype negative and salted paper print)

Points of View: Capturing the 19th Century, photographs of the 1800s at the British Library

An oak tree in winter, by William Henry Fox Talbot (Calotype negative and salted paper print). Positive and negative prints.

Anna Atkins circa 1840's.

Anna Atkins along with other artists who showed in 'shadow catchers'- my favourite exhibition. A cyanotype, also called a sun print or blueprint, circa by British botanist Anna Atkins,

Francis Schanberger. ~ "Three Sleeping Dresses" Pokeberry anthotype. via MoP Denver 2015 - The Pattern Shop Studio: The Origins of Photography

via MoP Denver 2015 - The Pattern Shop Studio: The Origins of Photography

anna atkins - Buscar con Google

ANNA MELVILLE-BLACKBURN One of my latest cyanotypes, in this case, a camera-less image called a photogram, of parsley and a sage-like leaf.

Selection of papers coated with one and two layers of beetroot dye

An Introduction To the Anthotype Process and My First Print

Selection of papers coated with one and two layers of beetroot dye

© William Henry Fox Talbot, Two Men in the North Courtyard, of Lacock Abbey, calotype negative and its salt print, 1841-1844, 15.9 x 20.0 cm

© William Henry Fox Talbot, Two Men in the North Courtyard, of Lacock Abbey, calotype negative and its salt print, x cm

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