Over the last few weeks I have shared several posts about making cyanotypes, my new obsession. Some of you asked about how they're made. In today's post, I am attempting to answer that without words.
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Yes, instead of my usual photography I went for a video this time. No worries though, this is definitely the exception rather than the rule. And yes, there is a music track included so adjust your computer based on where you are watching.
Cyanotype Process Demo
If the process and results caught your eye, don't hesitate to head over to my newish Cyanotypes photo gallery. It's small for now, just six photos as of this writing, but it will grow from here. I already have several blue projects in mind!
Enjoy The Beauty That Surrounds You! #etbtsy
PS: Music for the video by Mike Gutterman. Thank you!
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