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Lumen print experiment. Digital negative exposed 4 minutes in full Florida sun unto a sheet of 5×7 inch Arista.Edu, Variable Contrast RC, Semi Matte. Scanned at 360 dpi.
I just got word from Nancy McCrary, the editor/publisher of SxSE, that a bunch of my Cyanotype landscapes will be in the Flora and Fauna feature of the May June 2014 online issue. Most of them came from my excursion to … Continue reading
I printed these this afternoon, exposing the paper in our backyard. Last night I printed the digital negatives – I wanted to make sure they dried properly overnight. The original photos are from the excursion I took with … Continue reading