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Easy Anthotype - alternative photography made from flowers

Ben Panter, Expanding Photography

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6 Lessons (15m)
    • 1. Welcome

    • 2. Supplies

    • 3. Coating Paper

    • 4. 4

    • 5. Evaluate

    • 6. Bonus


About This Class

Anthotype photography is a historical alternative photographic process that's easy for you to do with no special supplies and it's a great way for you to experiment with hands-on photographic techniques.

In this class, you'll be making your very own simple Anthotype photograph, which is a form of contact print that uses the properties of plant pigments reacting to sunlight. 


In the introduction, I reference the Cyanotype Process and Chlorophyll Printing, both of which I offer courses on.





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Ben Panter

Expanding Photography

My name is Ben Panter and I am an artist and professor teaching for Rutgers University and Rowan College. My art is photography based and I enjoy experimenting with and combining new and old media. I've been honored to have several artist residencies through the National Park System over the past few years, including Rocky Mountain National Park and Acadia National Park.

You can view more of my work on my website, benpanter.com, and follow me on Instagram @bpanter.

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