XIX·XXI, a Work on Héliogravure and Stereoscopy

XIX·XXI, A tribute to the work of Charles Wheatstone and William Henry Fox Talbot 1. Introduction - On June the 21th of 1838, Charles Wheatstone presented his paper Contributions to the Physiology of Vision. Part the First. On some remarkable, and hitherto unobserved, Phenomena of Binocular Vision (9-WHEAT) on the Royal Society, about the priciples …

Héliogravure X – Black…?, what black?

Deep, dense, rich, velvet and other adjectives are often used to describe the black richness in héliogravure (photogravure on copperplate). The choice of the ink and the way this ink is laid onto the paper surface, lends to the photogravure print a uniqueness not so easy to explain beyond the direct visual experience. But this …

Heliogravure IX – An Updated Summary

As time goes by and practice evolves, a sight to back shows a lot of changes from last post of mine on this technique in 2017. Here is a succinct list of my current method for heliogravure or photogravure on copperplate. Readers of former posts will find minute changes in several phases side by side …

Photogravure on Copperplate (Héliogravure) One to One Workshops

By the moment, workshops are cancelled. Changes in the method to obtain the positive transparency and because the Dragon Gravure carbon tissue is discontinued, I need some period of time to adapt to the new situation. Several alternatives are being considered and will be updated as soon as possible.   One to one workshops are …

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