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Gum Bichromate Print

Gum Bichromate process. One of the most difficult processes I have worked with so far. Ended up having to gently remove the excess pigment by hand with a q-tip. Negative was also manipulated by using a sharpie pen to create … Continue reading

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Van Dyke Brown Print

A Van Dyke Brown print of a vanita I put together. Pictured is a glass sphere, a spool of thread, an open book, a glass bottle, an ink pen, an apple, ivy leaves, and most noticeably, a human skull. Each … Continue reading

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Salt Prints: Self Portrait and Salty Photo

Salt printing was one of the most common ways of printing photography in the 19th century. The first image is a self portrait as a 1860’s brothel girl, the second image is a salt print of salt, but I wanted … Continue reading

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