Photographs by Frank

7 June 2021

Anthotypes & Salted-Paper Prints

Filed under: Uncategorized — Frank @ 8:30 PM

I “cooked up” a batch of anthotypes on Saturday.

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On Sunday, I beat the heat by making salted-paper prints in the basement.

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Grange Hall, Antrim Center (NH)
Grange Hall, Antrim Center (NH)
Tractor Engine Detail
Tractor Engine Detail
Chichester Barn (NH)
Chichester Barn (NH)

The first of the anthotypes is 6.5 inches square on 8×10 inch paper. The rest are 4.5 inches square on 5×7 inch paper. The salted-paper prints are either 4.5 inches square or 4×5 inches on 5x7ish inch paper.

1 Comment

  1. Well, no one can ever say, you didn’t test the waters (salt paper) with other items of interest. To me, it appears those with less “bulk” transfer better – the fern, the leaves while other items, the tools, the Allen wrenches, etc. did not have the definition of the former group. Certainly has been a challenge for you and entertaining for us to see these transposed onto this medium.

    Don’t stop now. . .

    Comment by Joe Kennedy — 8 June 2021 @ 7:10 AM

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