In Passing: Lest I Forget

‘Randy‘ Nevada Route 157 (In Passing: Lest I Forget #1954) solar cyanotype + Prismacolor pencil, copyright 2007/2023 Douglas Stockdale – While writing about my earlier series of roadside memorials, I recalled that I had yet another name for this series, Lest I Forget, which is written on one of the memorials I found while driving in Nevada. I... Continue Reading →

In Passing – Cyanotype prints

'Forlon' Texas Highway 46 (In Passing: Lest I Forget #002) solar cyanotype + Prismacolor pencil, copyright 2006/2023 Douglas Stockdale - With the development and interest in printing cyanotypes, part of my new dilemma was what to print with this intriguing method? Obvious answer; what not to print?? On my short list was my earlier series... Continue Reading →

Contemplating Portraits

Ella copyright 2023 Douglas Stockdale One of the interesting outcomes from publishing my artist book The Flow of Light Brushes the Shadows is a renewed interest in creating portraits. This artist book includes a series of staged self-portraits and some photographs of others who could represent me and others in the process of transitioning. A... Continue Reading →

Happy Holidays for 2022!

Tis the Season to wish everyone a Happy Holiday and the very Best for the New Year! It does not get any more complex that. Which also means a bit of anxiety to create the annual holiday card, which being a bit old school that I print, trim and mail to family and friends. Yes,... Continue Reading →

Lenscratch interview

Wonderful Thanksgiving holiday weekend surprise being featured on Lenscratch. I was interviewed by Kassandra Eller in regard to the publication of my artist book, The Flow of Light Brushes the Shadow. The interview can be found here. I believe that this is the fourth time I have been featured on Lenscratch, so a big shout-out... Continue Reading →

Watercolor over Cyanotype – Yellow

One of the aspects of alternative photography when using Cyanotypes is the potential for layering on additional colors using a Gum Bichromate contact printing process. This requires multiple digital negatives, getting these negatives into exact registration when printing each color (and if you don't: Opps!), a lot more chemistry and coating paper in conjunction with... Continue Reading →

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