More adventures in cyanography
I continue to play with in-camera cyanotype imaging. My latest experiments have involved using inkjet photo paper as a substrate, and in particular in using it as a cyanotype film roll in a medium format TLR.
The results have been rather pleasing.
|GoSun Fusion. f2.8 90 minutes. SooC.|
|GoSun Fusion. F2.8 90 minutes post-processed.|
|Garden, SooC f2.8 90 minutes|
|Garden, post-processed. F2.8 90 minutes.|
The other downside is that the coating remains even more vulnerable to washing out than with plain paper. I suspect this is because there is no cellulose for the Prussian blue to adhere to.
Still, being able to shoot several images in a (very slow) sequence is something of an advantage. Maybe I'll try air-brushing the coating on, and see how that works.
Looking very cool! I wonder if sanding the paper would help?ReplyDelete