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Jo Stephen Jun 28
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Helen Ahpornsiri May 29
More of my illustrations. The moth was toned using green tea 🍵
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Jo Stephen Jun 13
If it was sunny I'd be making instead of re-posting old ones. I miss the sun ☀️
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Molly Behagg 10 Jun 18
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Naomi Wilson 14h
Fabulous day with and learning ... thank you!
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Hilary Apr 13
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Jackie Curtis 17 Oct 18
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Stewards Art & Photog Oct 10
Sometimes photography also reaches out to elements of science!
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Ashley Kendrek 9 Oct 18
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PhotoSeed Archive Oct 9
A terrific piece by Anna Soper published in on created by Helen Chase Gage. We are happy to have Helen's collection of cyanotypes as part of .
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AlisaAAAAAHHHHH Stern Jun 16
Yesterday I made some using old Doctor Puppet props. 🌞
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James Guerin 13 Sep 18
Some new from Paris..
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Cathryn Baldock Jun 17
As the sun came out briefly this week I made a couple of
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Molly Caenwyn Jan 15
Twas the night before the next Phrame meeting. When we would be discussing work to be exhibited at Diffusion fest. I was up, practising on glass. Given it was my first try, I am so pleased with th results!! (Other images are for reference!)
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jo stapleton Jul 6
experiments exposed out in the garden sunshine using1901 glass plate negs from unknown studio photographer adding own objects. Love the mystery paper fogging - I coated this batch of paper in Jan 2019 could this be why?
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José Cunningham Vásquez Jun 12
Yup, a pair of decent . 3 and 4 min exposure in afternoon sun.
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Jackie Curtis 29 Aug 18
Another of last week's seaweed in a glass jar @RDM_RDM_RDM
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Ruth Ander Apr 14
One of my of ready for in 2 weeks time! I'll be in Portishead at 12 Glenwood Rise.
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deborah parkin Sep 28
Apparently it is World Cyanotype Day - so I thought I would post one.
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TheGrangeAtBookham Oct 7
Our photography group have created sun prints. These are a form of photography that doesn’t use a camera, -they use the sun to create beautiful indigo coloured prints. We've experimented with flowers & plants & printed them onto acetate & they turned out well!
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