Anthotypes update

Ok news about the anthotype’s experiments. The first one with achiote was an exit. Dried leaves in contact with the paper and the glass., 2 days of exposure, variable wether conditions.   After this success I’ve gave a try to beet root (remolacha)  and used paper with several layers  of the juice (the “fruit” in the […]

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Anthotypes on the way

From Wikipedia: An Anthotype is a image created using photosensitive material from plants. This process was originally invented by Sir John Herschel in 1842. An emulsion is made from crushed flower petals or any other light-sensitive plant, fruit or vegetable. A coated sheet of paper is then dried, exposed to direct full sun-light until the image is bleached out. That’s what I’m […]

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Urban Museum: Experimentation

Close to my home are building a new highway, I have to pass through it almost every day and ever think how it looks like some kind of  contemporary exposition. Ergo my bro and me stepped in the construction place some nights ago and I took various photographs with the flash light. My idea was […]

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Referent: Phllip Toledano

Mr. Toledano is just an amazing artist. I’ve known his work from his series Day with my father which is still one of my preferred photo essays. The settings and the use of light and textures. How every photo is part of a story is amazing, also exists something compelling personal and emotive in his […]

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Referent: Carsten Witte

Mr. Witten is an amazing artist and in his work I admire a lot of things: The gorgeous capture of female beauty and sensuality, the taste and superb capture of the skin and of course his post production. The series about butterflies is absolutely gorgeous and the one called The secret life of plants have […]

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