From digital image to 19th century salt print in 16 steps



Salt printing is one of the oldest methods of producing a positive print of a photograph. Founded in the early 19th century, it wasn’t until around the 1840s when its chemical processes were refined, becoming the go-to method for printing images for the next two decades.

Here to show just how this age-old process can be done even today is this ten-minute video from GPV Photography. In it, the fine art process of creating a salt print is broken down into 16 steps, highlighting how you can go from digital image to salt print in…

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via Imaging Resource News Page


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