Historic printing techniques are a beautiful analog way to add personal expression to visual communication. Made start-to-finish by the artist’s hand, they complete the “Camera, Negative, Print” process in a way that demands acknowledgement as a true, fine art form.
Through years of printing my own images and the images of others, I have gained a working knowledge of the following photographic printing techniques:
Cyanotype on glass
Selenium toned silver prints (notes)
Ziatype -A palladium process (notes)
Ink Jet Transfers
Using a view camera to create large format negatives
Creating large format digital negatives for contact printing