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    St. Croix River in cyanotype

    Here is a cyanotype printed from the camera negative using the traditional cyanotype chemicals. A:B is 1:1. Weston Diploma Parchment paper. 8x10.

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    "a squid eating dough in a polyethylene bag is fast and bulbous, got me?"
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    That is so beautiful Earl, a wonderful photograph.
    Sam H.

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    Thanks, Sam. I am always disappointed at the way prints made on fine art paper scan. They are always better looking in the hand than they are on the screen.
    because:
    "a squid eating dough in a polyethylene bag is fast and bulbous, got me?"
    -Don Van Vliet

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    Very nice Earl! I like how the cyanotype process enhances the vanishing point in the composition. It seems to really make it work in a way that might not be as successful with a higher resolution process.

    Excellent!

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    nice one Earl! in images like this that prussian blue really works.

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