I got an assignment from the town of Nässjö to make an exhibition as they are celebrating it being 100 years since the town was founded, and they wanted new old-looking pictures to show.
I have made 15 albumen prints from collodion glass negatives plus four aluminotypes, they are off to the framer today.
Opening will be on the 30th of August at Nässjö railway station.
An albumen print made from calotype paper negative following Baldus instructions. The calotype and the print is in full plate size and gold toned in borax toner.
This one is taken very near where I took my previous post, but in the opposite direction and a few meters to the side. Baldus calotype in whole plate size and printed on albumen paper. And the print did spend some time in the gold toner.
Albumen print from today. It is printed from a calotype I took early this morning.
Baldus instructions, Bienfang paper and waxed before printing.
Albumen print, as usual made from a calotype, a paper negative, prepared following Baldus instructions on Bienfang paper that was waxed before printing. And the print is gold toned. As usual.
Gold toned albumen print from a Baldus calotype, whole plate size.
At last a day without heavy grey clouds. Warmer too, but apparently not warm enough for the iodizer when I floated the paper.