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Cyanotype

The Cyanotype process, also known as the blueprint process, was first introduced by John Herschel in 1842. It creates a cyan blue silhouette when an object is placed on a sensitised surface and exposed to UV light.

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The 'Liberty Series', a series of contact printed foliage, leaves and seed heads using Cyanotype process was inspired by Anna Atkins, a botanist, who made Cyanotype images of the flora she collected, earning her place as a founding mother of photography.