Mike Ware - Alternative Photography
Mike Ware - Alternative Photography

Publications

Key to Style of References:

'Title of Article', Publication Title, vol.no. (issue no.), pages, (date and year).



1. 'Platinum Reprinted', British Journal of Photography, 133 (41), 1165-1167, (10 October 1986); 133 (42), 1190-1194, (17 October 1986).

2. 'An Investigation of Platinum and Palladium Printing', Journal of Photographic Science, 34 (5/6), 165-177, (1986).

3. 'Gold Prospects', British Journal of Photography, 136 (6707), 20-21, (2 March 1989).

4. 'Mike Ware's Gold Standards' by William Bishop, The Photographic Journal, 130 (9), 410-412, (October 1990).

5. 'In Defence of Alternative Processes', Contemporary Photography, No.1, 6-7, (April 1990). Read here

6. 'Alternative Printing: A Conspectus', Contemporary Photography, No.3, 10-11, (June 1991). Read here

7. 'The Argyrotype Process', British Journal of Photography, 138 (6824), 17-19, (13 June 1991). Read here

8. 'Contemporary Platinum-Palladium Printing', Ag+ Photographic, Silverprint Manual Supplement No.2, Edited by T. Ang, E. Ephraums and M. Reed, (Silverprint Manual, 1991).

9. 'Prints of Gold: The Chrysotype Process Re-invented', Scottish Photography Bulletin, No.1, 6-8, (1991). Read here

10. 'Noble Metals for Common Images', in Photochemistry and Polymeric Systems, Edited by J.M. Kelly, C.B. McArdle and M.J. de F. Maunder, 250-265, (Special Publication No. 125, Royal Society of Chemistry: 1993).

11. 'Photographic Printing in Colloidal Gold', Journal of Photographic Science, 41 (3), 124, (1993).

12. 'A Bridge for Two Cultures', Inscape, No.5, 33-35, (1993). Read here

13. 'The Eighth Metal: The Rise of the Platinotype Process', in Photography 1900: The Edinburgh Symposium, 99-111, (National Museums of Scotland and National Galleries of Scotland, 1994). Read here

14. Mechanisms of Image Deterioration in Early Photographs - the sensitivity to light of WHF Talbot's halide-fixed images 1834-1844, (Science Museum and National Museum of Photography, Film & Television, 1994).

15. 'Photographic Printing in Colloidal Gold', Journal of Photographic Science, 42 (5), 157-161, (1994).

16. 'Through a glass, darkly', Photographic Journal, 135 (1), 38, (1995). Read here

17. 'A New Blueprint for Cyanotypes', Ag+ Photographic, No. 7, 74-80, (1995). Read here

18. 'A Handmade Paper for Alternative Processes', Ag+ Photographic, No. 7, 34-39, (1995). Read here

19. 'Noble Metals for Enduring Images', 48th Annual Conference Proceedings, Society for Imaging Science &Technology, 237-243, (1995).

20. 'Can the First Photographs Last?', 48th Annual Conference Proceedings, Society for Imaging Science &Technology, 86-92, (1995).

21. 'Quantifying the Vulnerability of Photogenic Drawings', Conference Proceedings, Research Techniques in Photographic Conservation, Copenhagen, 9-20, (1995).

22. 'Paper Problems Solved', The Alternative Photography Review, 1 (1), 2 , (1995).

23. 'The Argyrotype Process', The Alternative Photography Review, 1 (2), 4-6, (1995).

24. 'History and Practice of Platinum Printing', (Review of Book by L R Nadeau), History of Photography, 20 (3), 279, (1996).

25. 'Prints of Gold: the Chrysotype Process Re-invented', The Alternative Photography Review, 2 (4), 13, (1996).

26. 'On Proto-photography and the Shroud of Turin', History of Photography, 21 (4), 261-269, (Winter 1997).

27. 'Herschel's Cyanotype: Invention or Discovery?' History of Photography, 22 (4), 371-379, (Winter 1998).

28. 'Cyanotypes: their History, Chemistry and Conservation', in Proceedings of the Conference on the Care of Photographic Moving Image & Sound Collections, (York: Institute of Paper Conservation, 1999).

29. 'Equations of Decay', in John Hilliard, Uta Nusser (ed.), (Heidelberg: Verlag Das Wunderhorn, 1999).

30. Cyanotype: the history, science and art of photographic printing in Prussian blue, (London: Science Museum and National Museum of Photography, Film and Television, 1999).

31. 'Mike Ware', Interview by Tony McLean, Camera and Darkroom, 42, 20-23, (1999).

32. 'Invention in Camera: the Technical Achievements of W.H.F. Talbot' in Huellas de Luz, Russell Roberts (ed.), (Madrid: Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, 2001). Read here

33. 'A Blueprint for Conserving Cyanotypes' (abstract) in The Book and Paper Group Annual, 21, S. Zachary (ed.), (Ann Arbor: American Institute for Conservation, 2002).

34. 'Luminescence and the Invention of Photography: "A Vibration in the Phosphorus" ', History of Photography, 26 (1), 4-15, (Spring 2002).

35. Symposium with others, Impressed by Nature's Hand: The Photographs of William Henry Fox Talbot, Weston Naef (ed.), (Los Angeles: The J. Paul Getty Museum, 2002).

36. 'Photography', in The Oxford Companion to the History of Modern Science, J.L. Heilbron, (ed.), (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003).

37. 'On the Stability of Robert Adamson's Salted Paper Prints', History of Photography, 27 (1), 35-39, (Spring 2003). Also in Studies in Photography, R. McKenzie and M. Thorp (eds.), (Glasgow: Scottish Society for the History of Photography, 2003).

38. Roger Taylor and Mike Ware, 'Pilgrims of the Sun: The Chemical Evolution of the Calotype 1840-1852', History of Photography, 27 (4), 308-319, (Winter 2003).

39. 'A Blueprint for Conserving Cyanotypes', in Topics in Photographic Preservation, 10, 2-18, Brenda Bernier (ed.), (The American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, Photographic Materials Group, 2003).

40. 'Prolegomena to a Skiology of Photogenic Drawing', History of Photography, 28 (3), 237-246, (Autumn 2004).

41. 'A Golden Legend: Chrysotype re-invented', in Double Exposure, 1, Rob Shepherd & Chad Jarvis (eds.), (Washington & Maryland, 2004).

42. 'Alternative (non-silver) photographic processes' in The Oxford Companion to the Photograph, Robin Lenman (ed.), (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005).

43. 'Photography in Platinum and Palladium', Platinum Metals Review, 49 (4), 190-195, (2005). http://www.platinummetalsreview.com/dynamic/article/view/49-4-190-195

44. 'Herschel's Chrysotype: A Golden Legend Re-told', History of Photography, , 30 (1), 1-24, (Spring 2006).

45. 'Platinotype Sets Record Price for Photographs', Platinum Metals Review, 50 (2), 78-80, (2006). http://www.platinummetalsreview.com/dynamic/article/view/50-2-78-80

46. 'Chrysotype: Photography in Nanoparticle Gold', Gold Bulletin, 39 (3), 124-131, (2006). http://www.goldbulletin.org/downloads/ware_3_39.pdf

47. The Chrysotype Manual: The Science and Practice of Photographic Printing in Gold, (Brighton: ffotoffilm publishing, 2006). http://www.siderotype.com/publications.htm

48. Gold in Photography: The History and Art of Chrysotype, (Brighton: ffotoffilm publishing, 2006). http://www.siderotype.com/publications.htm

49. 'Greenlaw's Calotype Process' Chapter 8 in Vijayanagara: Splendour in Ruins, G. Michell (ed.), (London: Alkazi Collection of Photography, 2008).

50. 'Charles John Burnett; Cyanotype; Light-sensitive Chemicals; Platinum Print; Platinotype Company; Photogenic Drawing Negative; Positives: Minor processes; Salted Paper Print; William Willis', Entries in Encyclopedia of Nineteenth-Century Photography, John Hannavy (ed.), (New York: Routledge, 2008).

51. 'Gold Photography: the New Chrysotype Process', Photographica World, 118, 28-32, (2006).

52. 'The Enduring Image', Chemistry World, 4 (8), 62-65, (August 2007). http://www.rsc.org/images/EnduringImage_tcm18-95217.pdf

53. John Marriage, Mabuchi Isamu and Mike Ware, 'The Gold Photographs of Mizuno Hanbeh', Photographica World, 122, 20-38, (2007).

54. 'Prussian Blue: Artists' Pigment and Chemists' Sponge', Journal of Chemical Education, 85 (5), 612-621, (2008). http://jchemed.chem.wisc.edu/Journal/Issues/2008/May/cover.html

55. 'An Ironic Manifesto', Diffusion, 1, 10-13, (2009). http://www.diffusionmag.com/

56. 'On the Illumination of Light-Sensitive Photographs', Topics in Photographic Preservation, 13, 221-233, (2009).

57. 'Historical Iron-based Printing Processes: Chemistry and Conservation of Siderotypes', and 'Image Deterioration in Early Silver Photographs on Paper', Seminar on Preservation & Management of Photographic Collections, (Athens: Benaki Museum, 2010). http://www.benaki.gr/index.asp?id=6010109&cat=23&lang=en&sid=670

58. Roger Jones & Mike Ware, What's Who? A dictionary of things named after people and the people they are named after, (Leicester: Matador, 2010). http://www.troubador.co.uk/book_info.asp?bookid=1254

59. 'Herschel's Chrysotype: Rediscovery of Photography's Golden Legend', Manchester Memoirs, 146, 30-39, (2010).

60. The Siderotype Manual: Workshop Notes on Argyrotype, New Cyanotype, New Chrysotype and Platino-palladiotype, (Brighton: Siderotype.com, 2010). Download from: http://www.siderotype.com/publications.html#books

61. Making Digital Negatives with an ink-jet printer, (Brighton, Siderotype.com, 2010). Download from: http://www.siderotype.com/publications.html#books

62. 'Photography's Golden Legend: an Alternative Process Revived', Shutterbug, 40 (5), 116-120, (March 2011). http://www.shutterbug.com/content/photography's-golden-legend-alternative-process-revived

63. Book review: 'Niepce in England: Proceedings of a Conference held at the National Media Museum, Bradford, 13-24 October 2010', Photographica World, 144, 5-6, (2013).

64. Annual Annan Lecture, 2013: 'Cyanotype: a Blueprint for Visual Vandalism?', Studies in Photography, 24-44, (2013).

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