This listing is for a cyanotype of the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City printed on a page torn from a 1939 Sheet Metal Handbook. I have completed a series of architectural themed cyanotypes from buildings around the world. Each image is one-of-a-kind. This image would be perfect for an architect.
Here's more than you probably want to know about cyanotypes.
Cyanotypes, also called sun prints, are one of the oldest photographic printing processes dating back to 1842. Sir John Herschel developed this first silver less photographic process using only 2 chemicals and the sun as a light source. These sun prints are decidedly low tech as the final image of a cyanotype appears only with the aid of sunlight as a light source and water for a...
My current passion is an alternative photographic process called Polaroid transfers. Each transfer is hand-made by the photographer using specific materials and equipment to achieve a desired effect. A transparency is projected on to professional Polaroid print film and as development begins, the print and chemicals are prematurely separated. The image is transferred on to dampened watercolor paper for a unique image which has a dated, artistic photo-painting appearance. Exposure, pressure, time, paper and other variables make each print an original mono-print.
Prints for sale in my Etsy shop too: http://www.etsy.com/shop/jalinde
I am fascinated by the unpredictability of Polaroid transfers and I love the freedom of...
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