Here you will find sites that exhibit the work photographers who use alternative methods of making photographic prints, including the use of alternative chemical processes, pinhole cameras, toy (or plastic lens) cameras, infrared film, Polaroid manipulation processes, and other non-conventional approaches. Photographers who specialize in one single method are listed in the appropriate subcategory, while those who work in more than one alternative approach are listed in this category.
Photographer and researcher of alternative and historical photo processes. He was the first to learn the Wet-Plate Collodion Process in modern Russia and is using it at a professional level. Alexey uses handmade processes, large format cameras and vintage lens for his projects.
Large format platinum photography. Portraiture, cityscapes, and Polaroid image transfers. Virtual Gallery, articles, how-to's, and links. Commissioned portraiture. Located in Old Hacienda Resort in Tucson Arizona.
Conceptual, alternative photography including cyanotype, van dyke brown and mixed media installations.
Techniques such as fabric prints and print out paper using 4x5 negatives. Based in Ireland, but gathers most of her material from travels abroad.
Polaroid transfers, handcoloring, and digital manipulation of L. S. King (formerly L.S. Brown).
Through wide angle lenses, toning, and solarization, photographer Laurel Casjens provides a unique perspective on stunning landscapes.
A rich mixture of various alternative processes and approaches including Van Dyke, palladium, pinhole, cyanotype, and photograms along with silver gelatin.
Gum bichromate close-ups of insects.
Clement, Alain Gerard
The "Medici Chamber", a recent exhibit of photogenic drawings, plus a brief description of the process and a short resume of the artist.
Conceptual gumoil and silver print still lives. Includes gallery, resume, and contact information.
Daly, Jennifer Linnea
Anthotypes and Solarplate prints. Environmentally conscious artmaking.
Bromoil photos of Scotland, Belgium and France.
Platinum, palladium, and cyanotype still lifes.
Various alternative analog approaches including Lith, coloring and Bromoil
Giudicelli, Jacqueline and Jean
Practitioners of the gum bichromate process for the past 15 years.
A combination of 19th century printing process with digital media. Includes projects, archives, press, and contact.
19th Century processes such as platinum printing, Van Dykes, Cyanotypes. Infrared and lith processes, toned prints. Prints for sale, workshops, darkroom and field classes available.
Infrared, handcolored, black and white photographs of rural landscapes, cityscapes, beachscapes, and nature.
Diana camera, Polaroid transfers and SX-70, night and pinhole photography.
Kennedy, David Michael
Fine art photographer working in platinum/palladium. Offers intensive master class workshops in platinum/palladium, landscape and portraits
Historical platinum and palladium prints of commercial, editorial, wedding, and personal photography.
Photographs in platinum/palladium, gum-bichromate over platinum and printing out paper (POP). Photography workshops.
Portfolio of alternative, black and white, and color work. Includes landscapes, abstract imagery and people.
An exhibit in bromoil transfer photographic process by one of the masters of this medium and author of "Bromoil 101" - a 'How-to' Manual.
Daguerreotypes of recent works, portraits, and landscapes. Also includes information about the process.
Techniques for photographers or artists outlining the historical process of gum bichromate photography. Includes several examples of prints and other photography work.
Photograms and sun prints of natural things and human beings. Includes information on the process. [Shockwave plug-in required]
Personal website of Austin-based fine art photographer working in alternative process techniques.
Architecture and landscape galleries with images from Iran and South Africa and a few from my hometown Karachi, Pakistan.
Traditional Ruh Khitch is a way in which black and white photographs can be taken, printed and sold to a client without a studio or darkroom.
Italian artist and printmaker who works with historical and traditional photographic processes, mainly photogravure, gum and carbon processes.
Site emphasizing pictorial and solarization techniques.
Platinum palladium photographs of the northwest and beyond.
McMillan, Judith K
Using the X-Ray technique, McMillan photographs the internal structures of plants.
Meyers, Steven N.
Fine art x-ray photography of nature. Includes technical information.
Photogravure, etching, and other intaglio techniques. Includes selection of works with subject matter including seascapes, temples, winter gardens, Normandy, Umbria, Silk Road, and Mongolia.
Miller, Siouxsan E.
Photographs of doors, chairs, gardening, sewing, housework, leaves, teacups and sunflowers. Printed in cyanotype and gum bichromate on watercolor paper.
Uses fixative and natural elements to create dramatic and colorful images from black and white prints.
Documentary, portraiture, architectural/site/interior, handmade negatives, glass photographs, archival processing
Images called tallpecs, created from photographs of Alberta and Saskatchewan in celebration of their centennials in 2005.
Photogravure of Lothar Osterburg
Artist working with the 19th century process of photogravure, plate making, intaglio printing. He also teaches workshops in photogravure.
Roberts, Mark D.
Chemigrams and polaroids.
Gallery of Cyanotypes, mainly landscape, cityscape and architecture.
Irish artist who comments on various social, cultural and political issues, using photography, painting and collage.
Works deal with the relationship of landscape and human body to identity. Techniques include reverse printing through paper negatives, out-of-focus photography, and documentary photography. In Finnish and English.
Many gum bichromate murals of goddess Kali and yoganis from Calcutta, India. Murals of 'Mother Earth,' a work in progress, as well as articles and text relating to the work.
Presents techniques such as bromoil, infrared, cyanotype, liquid emulsion, pyro development, and lith printing.
Talman, Donna Hamil
Using blue-toned cyanotype and brown-toned Van Dyke to transform her images.
Award-winning hand-colored, Diana, pinhole, and alternative process Polaroid images of Nashville,TN, Savannah,GA, New York, Mexico, and other interesting places.
Large format platinum. Images of death, the self and landscapes.
Photographer and film-maker Nick Veasey works with x-ray and scientific equipment to create unusual imagery to commission.
Galleries, discussions and resources for argyrotypes, cyanotypes, chrysotypes and platino-palladiotypes.
Argyrotype photography, digital negatives on hand coated water color paper, iron based argyrotype chemistry and hand coloring many of the subjects.
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