Cyanotype Contact Printing from glass Dry-Plate Negative + PRINT GIVEAWAY!


I love to make cyanotypes and especially I love to make contact prints from my glass dry plate negatives!

In this video you will follow me along the whole Cyanotype printing process from cutting & coating the paper all the way up to making the final prints. I will be contact printing my very own hand made glass dry plate negatives on Fabriano 5 paper coated with DIY Cyanotype solution. I wouldn’t say this is a Cyanotype tutorial but rather a documentation of my workflow that includes many tips and tricks I learned so far. With alternative processes things always behave differently so it’s hard to say that the same methods will work for you. Getting a perfect print is hard and you need to be ready to test things over and over again. It took me three days from start to finish and I am so happy with the final print that I have decided to give it to one of you. In the video I explain all the details on how to participate in this GIVEAWAY. Enjoy!

Cyanotype Contact Printing from glass Dry-Plate Negative | Complete Walkthrough

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