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Cyanotype is a photographic printing process that produces a cyan-blue print.

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What is this streaky Cyanotype artifact?

So I made some cyanotype prints for the first time. So much fun !!! :D However I seemed to be getting some artifacts in my highlights See around the ship: Original to compare: So after ...
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What material for producing negative to use in cyanotype printing?

A friend of mine is planning to have a go at some cyanotype printing, but he's a little unsure of which material to use for the negative. He's conducted a lot of research, but the source material is ...
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What is the process behind cyanotype printing?

I'm finding the actual literal process, but I'm looking for the chemical process. I've found many sources of the chemical reaction involved, but has anyone found info on the physics behind it? Such as,...
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Is it possible to develop cyanotypes with an LCD projector, given the need for UV?

Cyanotype's are developed with exposure to UV. I'm thinking of playing around with very large cyanotype, starting with a digital image. At first thought I wanted to use a LCD projector to fix the ...