Last weekend I was fortunate to attend a cyanotype party with like-minded alternative photography enthusiasts. For a small payment, the paper and chemicals (and a wonderful lunch) were provided by local photographic artists James Tylor and Alice Blanch at their Adelaide residence.  Although we had to chase the sun around for the afternoon, we all managed to produce a number of quality prints from both traditional negatives and found objects.





A wonderful reference for alternative photographic processes is the book by Christopher James ‘The Book of Alternative Photographic Processes’ which is available here.  I’m also attending more workshops later this year at The Analogue Lab which has now relocated to The Mill in the heart of the city of Adelaide.

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