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I designed and printed a smaller version [8.75 x 5.75 inches] of myWaterWomen trifold. I really think in this case smaller is better – I do love the seize and feel of it – it is a pleasure to hold … Continue reading
… …to say how long I have been working on and off on this tri-fold project. A couple of days ago I finished this, the first complete proof. As I have noted before, I stole the design from a Chanel … Continue reading
I think I may want to tweak a couple of things, but other than that, all the info is there!
Developing/washing print in kitchen sink. I drilled some small holes in the plastic bucket so that the wash-water can circulate around the print. This is one of the photos from the Cyanotype Process pages on my website. I think I … Continue reading
Developing prints made with pinhole paper negatives. Top photo: developing the print. Bottom photo: paint can and oatmeal pinhole cameras, paper negatives, and photo supplies.
…fair and square from a Chanel Jewelry ad piece that came with my Vanity Fair subscription. I thought it would make a perfect ‘companion piece’ to my WaterWomen article that is coming out in Liner Magazine. For the basic piece … Continue reading
[Jeanine Beckam and her crew oysterplanting] [Mike Davis and Daryl Fine – Last Day at the Fish-House] A couple of days ago I printed these posters on 13×19 Ultra Pro Satin, with a slightly warm Epson Advanced Black & White setting … Continue reading
With the opening of the Smithsonian’s The Way We Worked exhibit just about to happen at our Arts Center, I decided to get my Photo Store in order and get all the prints of mine that are up in the exhibit, … Continue reading
…is still ‘where it is’ for me. And no matter what dyed in the wool darkroom printers might say [I used to be one] I really do love making inkjet prints. My favorite paper is Museo Silver Rag, but at … Continue reading
Trying to figure out how to frame/display my prints for the upcoming exhibit, I am once again experimenting with Format Frames. This is a 12 x 16 inch one I bought at a ‘Big Box’ store for about $5.00. The … Continue reading
This is my first go at the poster design for the upcoming exhibit. We need three different posters, all about 22×30 inches, printed in black & white. I am greatly enjoying this part of the process. Feel free to comment … Continue reading
…new also. I just finished printing this, and it will probably be the last one for my Suwannee River portfolio. [I know I posted the image, but not this print before.] Having done a bunch of this stuff now, I … Continue reading
I ran across this instructional video on how to make a folio box. The approach really appeals to me and I am planning on making some of these for my Cyanotype prints. In order not to lose this video, I … Continue reading
White Pelicans, Gulf of Mexico – off Cedar Key. Cyanotype print on Canson, Montval. Same technical stuff as previous blog posts. [Thanks to my friend Captain Diana for inviting me to come along on one of her adventure tours!]