camera-less: cyanotypes The cyanotype process was invented in the 1840s by experimental chemist John Herschel as a means of low cost printing i.e the so-called blueprint. The botanist Anna Atkins made and published cyanotype photograms of plants, notably seaweed, by directly placing and exposing specimens on sensitised paper.  Inspired, here I present my first experiments in making nature blueprints of grasses, herbs and feathers.   

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