Podcasts, class lectures and resources from Jeff Curto
United States
42 episodes
since Feb. 24, 2008


The cyanotype was one of the earliest photographic processes and with its rich, blue color, remains one of the most beautiful. Invented in 1842 by the amazingly prolific Sir John Herschel, the easy-to-produce cyanotype lives on today in the darkrooms of many photographers and artists. Links for this episode: * Sir John Herschel –  at the Getty Museum * Anna Atkins – British Algae in the New York Public Library * Alternative Photography – a how-to guide from a good source * Cyanotype material from Freestyle Photo * Lenscratch.com – Review of a contemporary exhibition of alternative processes, including Cyanotype * My Italy Photography Workshops are being planned for May and June of 2016 – get on the Advanced Notice Mailing List here
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