cyanotype on paper, after wash
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For years I have been collaborating wth the warm tropical sun and borrowing the deepest blue from the sea to make my plant portraits. Now I am allowing the rain to influence my work as well. I am creating my new collection of cyanotypes by spraying them before exposure with water and other fluids. The texture this introduces to my work is pure magic.
For a step-by-step explanation of this process please visit the Photographer's Formulary Blog
Schefflera 1, cyanotype on paper
left: pre-wash right: dry