Hello, long time no post from me. Here's what I've been working on. My university only lets photography majors use their labs so I've been searching for not-too-toxic processes to do in my apartment, I've settled on cyanotypes with hopes of the cyanotype rex process allowing for at least some portrait work. Anyway, here's my first attempt at using cyanotype paper (actually the store-bought sunprint paper for now) as a negative inside my calumet 4x5. It came out of the holder as a very low contrast positive (solarisation?) and then washed away to an underexposed negative. Exposure + camera info ~3.5hr exposure (underexposure) ~f/5 on salvaged binocular lens, I wasn't sure if binocular lenses were UV coated. Not this one apparently some front rise Out of the holder [/url] Scanned and inverted [/url] Converted to black and white with quick adjustments [/url] I had planned on doing an exposure in my car on the way back to university but something is wonky with my engine so had to abandon for another day [/url] I think there is good promise here, especially when I start making my own papers. A big issue will be finding places to stick my camera for hours on end without it getting stolen or something.