cyanotype


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cy·an·o·type

 (sī-ăn′ə-tīp′)
n.

cyanotype

(saɪˈænəˌtaɪp)
n
(Photography) another name for blueprint1

cyanotype

a blueprint.
See also: Photography
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Diverse processes that will be shown include etching, woodcuts, screen-printing, risograph, engraving, lithography, gumprint and cyanotype.
To convert the photo to a blue monochromatic image, choose Image > Adjustments > Hue/Saturation, then choose Cyanotype from the Preset dropdown menu.
It will involve a technique, called cyanotype printing, in which sunlight is used to develop images on paper or fabric.
By bathing cyanotype paper in the water, letting the waves rush over it, allowing it to mingle with the sand, the salt and the chemicals, she created her distinctive abstracts - photographs that are not so much of the sea but by, with and from it.
On retrospottinge photo-used the following techniques of photography: Lith-Print, ambrotypes, cyanotype, oil-print and classic black and white medium format photography.
Bluecoat, School Lane, 0151 702 5324, - to Sat 13 Aug Introduction to Cyanotype Bluecoat, School Lane, 0151 702 5324, - Sat 13 Aug Introduction to Screenprint All you need to know to get started with screen printing.
Danh uses daguerreotype and cyanotype printing processes, some of the earliest photographic technologies, to render images of the present that themselves recall the past--reconstructed Civil War battlefields, current memorials to wars past, and the faces of twenty-first-century students as they contemplate Whitman's nineteenth-century poetry.
The 50 resin-based orbs, varying in diameter from 2 inches to 6 inches, will each hold a cyanotype of the galaxy, and be lighted from above with LED to cast the orbs' shadows on the ground.
The techniques in question are albumen prints ( which uses the albumen found in egg whites to bind the photographic chemicals to the paper) and cyanotype prints ( which uses two chemicals to produce a simple copy).
The earliest historically, biologist Anna Atkins (1799-1871), worked with cyanotype, "photogenic drawings," with which she became acquainted through Henry Fox Talbot.
The cyan blue of the cyanotype being Prussian blue at certain times brought it into direct photographic, economic and artistic rivalry with indigo; both became the stuff of colonial photographic practice.
Away from painting, Caitriona Dunnett's cyanotype (or cyan-blue print) of Loch Long Torpedo Range (2) shows the inside of a long semiderelict building, the blue giving it a strange appearance.