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The goal of this instructable is to explain the cyanotype process. Cyanotype is a super easy (and cheap) photo printing process that you can do at ho...
Cyanotype requires a simple 2 part 'sensitizer' that is sprayed, brushed, or smeared onto a high-cotton content paper.SafetyThe cyanotype is perhaps t...
A cyanotype can be printed on almost any paper, cloth, or even tile. I used 100% cotton water-color paper from an art paper store. It was not fancy ...
The cyanotype process is a negative photo process. Black on the negative becomes white in the final print.I loaded my digital pictures into photoshop...
The print is put under UV light until the exposed sensitizer turns from yellow-green to 'confederate grey'. The sun or a UV tanning lamp can be used ...
First, wash the print in demineralized (distilled) water until all the yellow areas of unexposed sensitizer are washed out of the paper. Next, rinse...
I tried toning and bleaching on a few of the 'rejects'.ToningI simply steeped a bag of tea in hot water from the tap for a few minutes. I tossed the ...
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