Cyanotype is printing process
which renders much of the highlights and shadows of a
print with a cyan color. The cyanotype process also makes
it easy to print on a variety of sources.
Maximization produces extremely
large grain and vibrant colors in the negatives developed
with this process. Maximization involves developing slide
film in black-and-white chemicals.
A paper negative is a starting
point for many alternative processes. A paper
negative can be used to create everything from a
cyanotype to a grain enhancer. A paper negative also may
be used to create a pencil- like drawn image.
The sabattier effect is commonly
known as solarization. The sabattier effect makes
black-and-white prints have both negative and positive
Stroboscopic photography uses
several rapidly fired flash bursts from a strobe or flash
during a single exposure in order to record the flowing
motion of a moving subject.
Cross processing involves
processing C-41 (negative film) as E-6 (slide film)or
vice versa. Cross Processing produces interesting
color shifts and increases grain.