Artist: Roman Langolf
Based in Germany/Halle Saale
The pictures show people from other countries connected to the city of Halle Saale in Germany, where they currently live. In this picture you can see girl Raghad from Syria.
This is a cyanotype. The double exposure was photographed with an analog large format camera. The negatives were enlarged on watercolor paper. Therefore you can see that the picture has a fine pattern. A 100 watt UV lamp was used as the light source. An analog enlarger was used to enlarge the negatives to cyanotype. This process took a long time as the power of the UV light was reduced by the enlarger. It took about 6 hours of development time per attempt to enlarge the image to 50x60cm. Several attempts (about 5-7) were made for this to get a perfect exposure. So I needed about 1 week for each motif until it was perfect.
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.