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Jacquard Cyanotype Two Component Set

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Harness the power of the sun! Cyanotype is one of the earliest photographic processes and is distinctive for its Prussian blue monochromatic prints. Famously, cyanotype was used by Ana Atkins and other field biologists for indexing plant specimens with what were called photograms at the time. The Cyanotype process is incredibly simple and only employs two inexpensive chemicals and UV sunlight. Prints can be created on any natural fiber: paper, cotton, silk, wool, wood, etc. Jacquard has made Cyanotype printing easy as pie with pre-sensitized fabric that is ready for cyanotype printing. Simply pull the sheet out of the package, place objects or an inverted photographic negative on top, expose to light for three to fifteen minutes, submerge the fabric in water to reveal the blue cyanotype print, and finally hang the fabric to line dry. With Jacquard’s Cyanotype Pretreated Mural Fabric you can actually create a full-body print by laying on top of the mural fabric for the duration of exposure while not moving. The creative possibilities for Photographers, Mixed Media Artists, and Quilters are endless! If you would prefer to use your own papers or fabric Jacquard has made the chemistry of Cyanotype attainable with lightproof black bottles of Potassium Ferricyanide and Ferric Ammonium Citrate. The chemicals used for cyanotype are inexpensive and go a long way. Despite their perhaps alarming names, both are safe to handle and mix. That said, care should be taken to avoid ingestion, inhalation, and contact with skin. The instructions for the use of Potassium Ferricyanide and Ferric Ammonium Citrate are included in the link bellow To easily transform any image into a negative, visit www.JacquardCyanotype.com. Negatives may be printed on SolarFast Film or any other film media. Jacquard’s Cyanotype Set includes: Part A - Potassium Ferricyanide 0.8 oz/22.68 g Part B - Ferric Ammonium Citrate 1.9 oz/53.86 g Instructions This set contains enough chemistry to make approximately sixty-five 8.5"x11"/21.59 cm x 27.94 cm prints on paper or fifty 8.5"x11"/21.59 cm x 27.94 cm prints on fabric, depending on the absorbency of the substrate.