I like all four, but the third one is amazing to me, a true keeper. "The Shadow Catcher's Daughter" is not just a clever title, it aptly fits...
i love these! especially the last one.
simply gorgeous! i really love how the process lends this 40's painterly illustrative tone to it, if that makes any sense? the 2nd & 3rd shots on here are my favorite in the set. i haven't heard of tea-toned prints, is this something you're experimenting with?
Thanks! The Cyanotype is a 19th century process. The result is a very blue image. The tannic acid in the tea changes some of the iron to a more muted blue or brown and also stains the highlights a bit. I did not come up with it but I have been enjoying the way it works.