9/15/20: just loaded 4 new images to Cyanotype including the below beauty, Mary in Vines. I've recently purchased a UV light, letting me print on days when the weather isn't accommodating.
8/26/20: I'm adding two new images to my cyanotype section, as well as placing a few prints for sale on my etsy shop.
8/13/20: Today I developed my first roll of film using Caffenol developer. It felt so good to be processing film again. There's something oddly magical about a process that uses ordinary household items from the pantry and medicine cabinet to produce photo negatives. I won't claim that the roll was perfect, but for a first try with a new process and decade old film I'm more than satisfied with the results.
8/6/20: Loading the first round of film scans into black and white.
8/4/20: I spent the last week of my furlough printing cyanotypes and scanning old negatives from college. There are new cyanotypes up, and there should be new black and white and color images up soon.
World Cyanotype Day
An annual event celebrating the Cyanotype photographic process, held on the last Saturday of September. This year that's 9/26/20, and Alternativephotography.com is hosting an online Gallery on the theme "Interconnected" I've submitted an image, and would invite you to head over to their website and take a look at the submissions so far.