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Manufactured from heavyweight cotton watercolour paper, Sunography Archival Paper Sheets produce a rich, Prussian Blue coloured print when exposed to sunlight.
What is Sunography Paper?
The cyanotype, sunlight sensitive material, was a forerunner of modern photographic processes. Dating back to 1842, this type of printing was popularised by Anna Atkin, one of the first female photographers.
How do I use Sunography Archival Paper Sheets?
Simply place an object or transparency onto Sunography Archival Paper Sheets, expose to bright sunlight, and then rinse with water to reveal a rich blue print. Designs may be composed using a variety of items, including photo negatives, x-rays, pieces of lace, leaves and printed transparencies.
Containing light sensitive materials, each sheet of Sunography Archival Paper can be exposed on both sides.
Why choose Sunography Archival Paper Sheets?
Produced using 100% cotton, and offering superior quality, Sunography Archival Paper Sheets produce finely detailed prints, which can be tinted, hand painted or decorated once exposed.