by Anita Back
Analogue photo prints in the fine printing process of cyanotype
Your portrait as unique print on
high-quality watercolour paper in Prussian blue.
What is cyanotype?
Cyanotype is an analogue noble printing process based on iron instead of silver.
It was developed in 1842 by John Herschel and has the typical Prussian blue.
Due to the handicraft process and its imperfections
each print is unique.
Since 1998 I have been working as a professional photographer.
You can see my pictures, clients and references on my website:
Lately I have discovered my love for alternative photography and I am happy to combine my knowledge of photography with the enchanting technique of cyanotype:
I work hard to make the process as environmentally friendly as possible:
Acid-free paper without optical brighteners is exposed to the sun’s energy.
No use of developer and fixer and still very durable.
A photo session starts at 199 €.
The price includes:
An individual portrait session
A cyanotype on Canson fine face watercolour paper (approx. 18 x 24cm)
and a digital version of the picture
Please contact me without obligation for further information or to arrange an appointment:
I look forward to hearing from you!
You can reach me under:
or call +49 179 1078227
(appx. 26 x38cm)
Rio de Janeiro
Series: Fish in Senegal (framed)
Eisenacher Str. 76
D- 10823 Berlin
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