Tag Archive: Alternative Processes Photography

Take Note

What does it take to make a difference? Small and simple things. This past week, I took a skill that I learned and paid it forward by making something that will be up… Continue reading

Hang Me Up To Dry

I’m working on my Van Dyke prints and while giving them a final wash I had a an awesome song pop into my head. Please, enjoy! I especially love the ratchet at the… Continue reading

Don’t be so Negative (or do!)

My friend is hosting a fundraiser next Tuesday featuring handmade items to support Autism Speaks. I offered to do something to contribute and I’ve been working at getting prepped for it. Tonight I’m… Continue reading

Finished Product

I shared several months ago some of the cyanotype prints I was working into a book and I think it’s long time you all saw the finished look! I did a more traditional… Continue reading

Eternal Landscape

Life is like a landscape. You live in the midst of it but can describe it only from the vantage point of distance. – Charles Lindbergh Gum Bichromate is an alternative photographic process… Continue reading

Show Time

Over the last few weeks I’ve been privileged to have my work shown in two campus galleries! I wanted to share with you a bit of that since it was special for me.… Continue reading

Book Art

Sometimes I really love my classes at school. They push me to try new things and stretch my limits. I haven’t done very much with bookbinding in the past, just some very basic… Continue reading

Working Title and Raw Pages

For my “School Daze” Van Dyke Handmade book, I needed a visually interesting title. I don’t know where it came from, but I remembered I had some old school papers from when I… Continue reading

“Blue Print” for Success

I am thrilled that I get to share with you a more successful round of cyanotypes! I know that I still have some work to do in order to get them perfect, but… Continue reading

Struggling with Cyanotypes

Today I’ve spent most of the day prepping for and trying out my very first cyanotype prints. For those of you who are not familiar with cyanotype, it’s a process that was one… Continue reading