The Anthotype process is one of the most environmentally-friendly photographic processes, and is a
way to create images straight from the garden.
This process was originally invented by Sir William Herschel in 1842, although
photo-sensitive properties of plants and vegetables have been known to scholars for centuries.
My images were created using locally picked blackberries, and once I had made my emulsion and coated the paper, were exposed over several days using sunlight.
Photography by Paul Williams