One of the older photographic processes in existence, also used to make blueprints. A coating of several special chemicals are brushed onto select paper. Then a negative image is placed over the dried coated photosensitive paper. The paper and negative are then placed in a glass frame and exposed to sunlight or artificial UV light for a designated time and then developed into this unique Prussian blue print. Most of the prints you see here were original taken on film but a few were taken digitally.
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