Nice to have a feature in the May Issue of Gardens Illustrated. A lovely garden in Suffolk, Heatherbrae, designed by Tom Hoblyn.
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With the impending GMG event on Wednesday, I am putting up five more portraits from the Land Girls series this week. In no particular order, Maddy Harland, editor of Permaculture and advocate of greener living – Juliet Roberts, editor of Gardens Illustrated – Lia Leendertz, journalist, author and blogger – Anne Wareham, AKA the Bad Tempered Gardener, journalist and author – Alys Fowler, presenter, journalist, author and advocate of greener living.
Last week the printer and photographer, Jack Lowe, added a new posting to his blog about Calotype printing. He has been experimenting with digital negatives suitable for old print processes, and has collaborated with photographer Richard Freestone in producing two prints using the Calotype process. This struck a chord with me. During the late 1990’s, I spent a long time in my darkroom working with similar techniques. My particular interests were gum bichromate and Kallitype printing. These are contact printing processes, which require negatives the same size as the final print. The sensitized paper with the negative on top is […]