A Guide to New Images, Processes, and Display Techniques for Photographers. }This exciting book part how-to guide for new photography and part manifesto for these principleswill lead the aspiring photographer to think and act in fresh ways about imagery and its manipulation by the artist. Beginning with a chapter on "The Place of Surface in the History of Photography," and then proceeding with advice on alternative processes (platinum, uranium, gum bichromate, cyanotype, and salt paper printing), papermaking, Xeroxing, holography, montage, collage, and layering, this book offers knowledge that allows the creative photographer to make an astonishing variety of choices about the communicative power of the image. With technical notes, a glossary, a list of supply sources, and an interview with artist/photographer Robert Heinecken, here is a provocative guide to new photography. }--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.