- Alternative Process Kits
Including kallitype, VanDyke, platinum, and palladium, gum bichromate. Most over 100 years old, they are still in wide use with art photographers among others, enabling them to produce stunning images that standard B&W simply can't.
- Cyanotype Material
A popular early non-silver process that is easy to use. Creates a bright blue & white image. No enlarger needed - just the sun or a UV light source. Great for introductory classes and experiments.
Developers for panchromatic negative copy films and ortho/litho films.
Now you can custom enhance B&W prints using specially formulated oils, acrylics and pencils. Kits available, as well as individual colors.
- Liquid Emulsion
With liquid emulsions, you can print a B&W photo on virtually any surface - wood, rocks, plastic, you name it! A great way to make unconventional B&W images.
- Ortho Litho Film
The preferred medium for making enlarged negatives, Ortho Litho film is used with an enlarger, similarly to photographic paper.
Includes toners and dyes. Toners add hue to darker areas, while dyes add hue to whites. Gold & Selenium toners add to the archival life of prints.
- Un-Coated Papers
Fine-art papers made for you to hand-apply liquid emulsions onto.
- UV Lightsources
A great tool for when the sun just isn't available. Great for in-house cyanotype, POP & similar printing techniques that require real UV light.