I start with this as a background to the exhibit that ends this weekend at the Argus Museum in Ann Arbor. A show by photographers from Wayne State University titled A Matter of Light and Memory features many cyanotypes and toned cyanotypes. I especially liked the varied presentation of the cyanotypes on cloth. The cyanotype process allows one to get creative with the substrate, the presentation, and the implementation of the process. Cyanotypes are a great medium to use where traditional darkrooms no longer exist, as the set-up is pretty easy. The chemicals are also relatively inexpensive and easy to work with.
Here are a few views of the exhibit, taken with my cellphone, and not a real camera...
You can learn more about cyanotypes here:
The Argus Museum is located at 525 West William Street, Ann Arbor. The show ends 09/26/2014!
I wish I had remembered to put this up earlier.