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Creator:
James, Christopher (Christopher P.), 1947-
Title:
The book of alternative photographic processes / by Christopher James.
Published/Created:
Albany, N.Y. : Delmar Thomson Learning, c2002.
Physical Description:
xiv, 386 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm.
Holdings:
Reference Library
TR350 .J35 2002 (LC) Oversize
Accessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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Classification:
Books
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references (p. 376-379) and index.
Contents:
The pinhole -- The negative: traditional and alternative options -- The digital options -- The plastic camera -- The salted paper process -- The cyanotype process -- Cyanotype variations: fabrics and the new cyanotype -- The Kallitypes: Van Dyke, B-V-D, and Kallitype -- The platinum/palladium process -- The ziatype process -- The anthotype process -- Paper: history, preparation, shrinking, sizing, and hardening -- The gum bichromate process -- Dichromate options: 3-D gu, alternative sufaces for gum, the dusting-on process, the ferro-tannic process, and the ferro-gallate process -- The albumen process -- Pop: printing-out process -- Hand-applied emulsions: liquid emulsions, photo-etching, pain, photo-resists, contemporary tintypes, wet colledion, and ambrotype processes -- The mordaçage process -- Image transfer processes: color laser, lazertran system, polaroid transfer and emulsion lift processes, ink jet water transfer -- Appendices: Safety considerations and data for chemical used in this book -- Small volume conversion table -- A simple ultraviolet exposure unit -- A working inventory check sheet -- A modest list of resources -- Alternative processes on the internet -- An alternative process working space.
Subject Terms:
Photography -- Printing processes.
Photography -- Processing.
Photography, Handworked.
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