Moody Blues—Part II


View from our window

This time, we exposed a negative without inverting the image and this is what we got 🙂 Nice, huh?

Designer bubble wrap?

See the air pockets? A hydrogen peroxide bath—post developing—gives your image a richer color. The downside is, if the hydrogen peroxide content is too high, you’ll get bubbles like these.

Portrait of a lady: Spookie, our furball daughter

Cyanotype printing on handmade paper. The texture of the paper lends the image a vintage look.

Spookie's day out

We also found out one can get the minutest detail on print through this printing technique. The more you try your hands on cyanotype, the more you are going to love it.

Our next stop: toning cyanotype prints.


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