After a long break in cyanotyping I did a few new prints of my old photographs, and it was a nice change after WPC,(comparing the complexity of these processes), that I was concentrated on for the last year.
I have used different papers that I found in my studio and was a bit surprised with a Fabriano 5 HP smooth paper, that I've used for the first two images. First of all after applying the chemicals on the paper and after drying there were still brush strokes visible. They are visible on prints. Secondly highlights never got bright, but stayed quite intensively blue. All that may be connected with my chemicals getting a bit old now, what in connection wih this 50% cotton paper gave unexpected results.
However I quite like these prints and their more ' dreamy' aesthetics.
8x10 print,35 min exposure, halogen lamp, digital negative of collodion scan
8x10 print,45 min exposure, halogen lamp, coffee toning, digital negative of collodion scan
The following two were made with accordingly Winsor & Newton and Fabriano Artistico papers, and gave the results similar to my earlier prints:
13x16cm print,45 min exposure, halogen lamp, coffee toning, digital negative of collodion scan, Windsor & Newton
4x5 print,15 min exposure, halogen lamp, coffee toning, collodion glass negative, Fabriano Artistico