4 x 5 Self-Processing Negative, 10 x 12 Gelatin Silver Print
8 x 10 gelatin silver print from 4 x 5 negative
* Lumen prints on vintage silver-bromide paper: 'Dandelion' (left) and 'Malva' (right). Lumen prints are similar to photograms. The difference is that the contact frame is left out in the sun for several hours to create a printing-out reaction in the emulsion. The paper is then placed directly in the fixer. No developer is used in the lumen process. Size 8" x 10" each.
16 x 20 gelatin silver print from 4 x 5 negative
Gelatin silver prints from 35mm negatives.
20 x 24 Cyanotype from 16 x 20 pinhole negative
A pair of prints from hand-processed negatives. Developer applied by hand under roomlight directly to two sheets of 4x5 film. Then fixed and washed.
35mm negative printed as quasi-continuous tone on litho film. Sewn into handmade book.
Two 8 x 10 gelatin silver prints made in homage to Coburn's Vortographs of 1916-17. Photographed through triangular tube of mirrors, similar to Coburn's Vortoscope.
8 x 12 gelatin silver print made from 35mm negative.