Remnants, 2009

Remnants, 2009

 
 

A little history on the invention of photography,
thanks to William Henry Fox Talbot

Salt Print: an alternative photo process in which solutions of salt water and silver nitrate are applied to the surface of paper in order to make it light-sensitive.

With Salt Printing, the elements are in control. The sun exposes the treated paper, leaving behind a mark reminiscent of whichever object was placed on the paper to block the sun’s rays. The resulting picture is often quite organic, and encourages an appreciation for that which is simply out of our control. To find beauty in the imperfect and magic in the process.