Finally! Successfully managed to do a CYANOTYPE image at college (Thurs 19 April/12)… thanks to help and advice from Ian & Dave (2nd yr degree photography students) .. Your BOTH stars! As you can see from the above image… the tones and correct CYAN shade are well detailed (after 25 minutes in the UVP light unit at college). I need to trim the edges off but am more than happy, with the results achieved this time round! The most important change I made producing this image, was not only making an negative image at A3 size this time, but actually placing it the correct way round, with the front wheel at the right of hand side! There is definately a lot more detail to be seen in this image, from the wheel spokes, to the wording on the bike itself! Similar to a black and white photograph, there are many different tones and shades (of blue in this instance) that I think, gives the image more atmosphere and “life”. I also like how the detail is well preserved in the buildings, trees and even the footprint in the snow on the ground and that shadows and light are also represented well.