Such cool double exposures!
Gallery on my website should be up by the first of the year!
Silver gelatin and cyanotype prints also will be available then to.
Editions only up to seven and three APs.
Some have already been spoken for…
so please be in touch around Jan. 7th to see what is still available and to reserve yours.
They are truly awesome!
(To those who have messaged me: this one above is not currently available- sorry!)
I created two cyanotypes this afternoon, two very different ones…
One was on heavy watercolor paper, one on fine art photo paper…
Two very different tones and brightness…
The first one I added a bit of ?? and it developed with a reddish yellow tint…
The other blue as the sky!
A quick look at some of the platinum/palladium print developing that happens at a local downtown Flagstaff business, Hidden Light, they are at 427 S. San Francisco Street….
A place of creativeness, where the traditional technique of printing negatives and where archiving pictures take place in our very temporary world.
Magic happens here EVERYDAY!
Go and visit them….they love to have visitors who come to see their studio and see first hand their passions of photographic and framing magic!
Proofs are looked at to see what can be improved on before the one of the final edition prints
Developer is prepared
The developer poured on and the magic begins
Master Printer Corey makes sure it is evenly distributed
Pointing out what he sees as a very successful exposure
One of the final rinses
Dropping into the final rinsing- fresh water!
Checking to make sure all is well in the final rinse before Corey pulls it out to dry!
And that about makes the most amazing print known to man or woman!
Go check it out for yourself- it is truly wonderful, done by wonderful, passionate people!