Having fun with cyanotypes
I've been experimenting with cyanotypes which is an old form of photography. It is probably best known as architectural blueprints. It is so easy to do and luckily you don't need a darkroom to prepare the paper with the light sensitive solution, which I bought as a kit. You only need somewhere dark to dry the paper and of course an ultra violet light to expose it which I have but I also used the sun.
The pictures here are basically negatives of the bits and pieces I placed on top of the paper to block out the light. Don't they look great!
I will be holding workshops later this year so keep looking out for the details as I will post them here.