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 Anna Atkins          Anna Atkins          Eadweard Muybridge (Smithsonian Institution) cyanotype proof from Animal Locamotion Series. 1884 through 1856   

Cyanotype is photography without a camera. It is one the first alternative photographic processes invented in the mid-eighteen-hundreds.

Anna Atkins, in 1843 used cyanotypes and published "British Algea: Cyanotype Impressions". Her images where not only scientific based, but revealed a unique artistry.

Cyanotypes made over one-hundred years ago are still as bright and clear as they where when they were originally made. Since Blue Sunprint cyanotype papers are made with 100% cotton watercolor paper, the images you make today will have the same archival quality as those images made a hundred years ago. 

Blue Sunprints materials let photographers make their own beautiful prints without having to mix and treat the materials themselves. 

little girl on car cyanotype

 

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