"If you would understand anything, observe its beginning and its development." - Aristotle

This is the last cyanotype I printed. It's made from the 8x10 enlarged negative I made earlier. There are dozens of old processes used to make and print photographs. I'd like to try as many of them as possible, especially daguerreotypes. You have to place the image over heated mercury to expose the image... and it can't be duplicated... interesting. Anymore even the most popular printing process, gelatin silver, has more or less completely given way to digital. It makes sense though. Digital allows more people to own and use cameras.

I still have a lot to learn and more chemicals to acquire, but the tests are getting better.