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Betzy’s Salt Print and Cyanotypes, Collage, Embroidery, Composite, 3D, Solarization, Toning
Betzy’s Liquid light and Transfer Lift
Betzy’s Artist statement:
Having no barriers for this class helped me to think outside the box. For the most part I try to keep my photos looking crispy clean. Making Salt prints allowed me to change the mood of my photos by the way I applied the chemicals onto the paper. Salt prints were my favorite thing to do for this class, apart from the embroidered photo I did. It made it have texture and give just a little splash of color. What else was fun to try was using two different methods to create a new photo. The usage of cyanotypes with photograms were fun. Making digital negatives is something that I thought was useful to know. Something that I will keep doing in my future work is embroidering and making salt prints.