Create blueprints using an analogous photographic process discovered in 1842. No darkroom needed, just this kit and some rays of sunshine!
With the ingredients in this kit you can turn watercolor paper postcards into photo paper yourself: you make it sensitive to UV light. Where the sun hits the treated paper, a dark blue color is created, also called Prussian blue. In this way you can make blue and white prints yourself at home. You can place all kinds of objects on the treated paper, such as natural materials. Just in the sun and you will see it discolour! With this kit you can mix and apply the photo media yourself, enough for the postcards in the kit and a little extra to experiment further yourself.
Instructions in the kit are in Dutch, English, French and German.
– Step by step instructions and tips
– 2 bottles of 20ml with photo agents, ready for mixing
– 12 watercolor paper postcards 10 x 15 cm
– foam brush
– measuring cylinder 30ml
– mixing bowl