John Dugdale, born 1960, is an American art photographer, best known for creating cyanotype prints – platinum prints – using the albumen process, which became the predominant technique for positive photography from 1855 to the turn of the 20th century.
I shall direct you to an article by Christopher Mason, John Dugdale: Fearless Vision Brings an Artist Home, as he tells Mr. Dugdale's story better than I ever could. I have created a gallery of images below along with a video of an interview with John Dugdale about his photography school.
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