Traditional photography is all about traditional darkroom silver gelatin prints. I love making them, and I love the process of mixing chemicals and of printing and toning by eye. I also often find that an image I think looks great on screen just doesn’t work when printed, and, of course, vice versa. So, as a little showcase for traditional wet processing, all of the images on this page are scanned from real photographic prints made using a variety of techniques including Lith, Cyanotype, Van Dyke, Printing-Out-Paper (POP), Albumen, hand-colouring with photographic oils and toned Silver Gelatin.


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