Fine Art Photographs in Gold, Rhodium, Iridium, Platinum, and Palladium
Fine Art Printing with The Rhodiotype
I have previously announced a Rhodiotype that was half rhodium and half gold/platinum/palladium/iridium. On May 1 2016, I announced a Rhodiotype that is virtually 100% rhodium. The process depends on adding a small volume of palladium to a much greater volume of rhodium; optionally, the palladium can be chemically removed from the final print.
I will publish the formula and samples on this website and on my blog (richardpuckett.tumblr.com) shortly, as well as a video on my Youtube channel. First, I need to file a patent claim to protect my formula for at least one year.
|Gold-Iridium is not possible with any conventional printing process. Using a proprietary process iridium is treated so as to reduce to its elemental state on exposure to UV in a light-sensitive compound. Click image for more information.|
|Gold-Platinum: gold precipitates out of solution in the presence of platinum using conventional printing processes. Not so with the Karytype formula. Gold and platinum synergistically render images exhibiting the finest characteristics of each metal. Click image for more information.|
|Rhodium-Platinum-Palladium is a combination considered impossible. Rhodium (like iridium) treated with a proprietary process can be induced to render beautiful images. Click image for more information.|
|Gold-Platinum-Rhodium-Palladium-Iridium-Ruthenium is a tour de force in fine art photographic printing. Click image for more information.|
|Gold: the famous Texas Chrysotype is the only process for printing grainless, gray-scale, continuous tone prints in pure gold. Click image for more information.|
|Rhodium-Palladium prints cannot be found in any collection, any museum, or any references. Richard Eugene Puckett is the only photographer in history able to print with rhodium. Click image for more information.|
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