What’s the difference between the Fomapan films?

There are quite a few Fomapan films out there and sometimes it’s tough to choose the right one. To make it a little easier for all the new photographers, we’ve put together a little guide. Here are the ins and outs of the different films, we hope it helps you on your next project! Fomapan […]

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Latest exhibition: Mike Ware’s Iron & Icons

Please join us for the opening night, Wednesday 28th June 2017 ABOUT THE PROCESSES: Since the first days of photography there have been alternatives to silver for print-making. In 1842 Sir John Herschel discovered that light-sensitive salts of iron could be used to make prints in the pigment Prussian blue (cyanotype), or the precious metals: […]

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NOW showing at Blanco Negro: CAPRICE-JE NE SAIS QUOI

CAPRICE-JE NE SAIS QUOI Blanco Negro is proud to announce our latest exhibition. A fusion between Emmanuel Angelicas & Caprice Hunter. On display is a collection of Silver Gelatin and Colour photographs. The exhibition will be running from May 1st until the end of the month. Opening night is invitation only, so please RSVP for […]

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Wendy Currie – Photographer / Printmaker

About the works: femininity-and-memory-why-chrysotype-1 Catalogue of titles, prices and images. femininity-memory I recently asked Wendy a few questions about her upcoming exhibition at Blanco Negro (18th October 2018, 6pm – 8pm). Please read below to view the answers.   Q1 How long did this exhibition take to finish. About one year. Q2 What were the steps involved? […]

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Photographic Alchemy Exhibition

A Salon of Traditionally Handmade Prints Photographic Alchemy is a counter point to modern, instantaneous digital images. On show will be a salon of modern prints made by traditional nineteenth-century printing processes – salt, cyanotype, Van Dyke Brown, gum bichromate, platinum palladium, bromoil and with a nod to the modern – intaglio photopolymer. Each process […]

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Femininity & Memory By Wendy Currie

Chrysotype can offer varying degrees of results and is considered to be one of the most difficult methods printing. It requires a tremendous amount of skill and meticulous work to achieve the kind of standard present in Femininity and Memory. Featuring her Mother’s personal belongings, Wendy aims to frame a sense a glamour and time. […]

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