Mike Ware - Alternative Photography
Mike Ware - Alternative Photography


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).

65. 'Historical Outline of Platinum and Palladium Printing' in Grant Frost, Nuances, (Netherlands: Lecturis, 2017).

66. 'Prefazione' in Giorgio Bordin, Dell'Età del Ferro (e di altri metalli preziosi), (Rimini: Guaraldi, 2017). http://www.bordinphotographic.it/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/le-siderotipie-estratto-volume-3.pdf

67. 'The Technical History and Chemistry of Platinum and Palladium Printing' in Platinum and Palladium Photographs, Ed. Constance McCabe, 46-83, (Washington D.C.: Photographic Materials Group of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, 2017). https://shop.nga.gov/item/748259/platinum-palladium-photographs-technical-history-connoisseurship-and-preservation/1.html

68. Shannon Thomas Perich and Mike Ware, 'William Willis's Transatlantic Connection: Alfred Clements' in Platinum and Palladium Photographs, Ed. Constance McCabe, 84-85, (Washington D.C.: Photographic Materials Group of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, 2017).

69. Constance McCabe, Christopher A. Maines, Mike Ware, and Matthew L. Clarke, 'Alfred Stieglitz's Palladium Prints: Treated by Steichen' in Platinum and Palladium Photographs, Ed. Constance McCabe, 356-371, (Washington D.C.: Photographic Materials Group of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, 2017).

70. 'On the Origins, Care, and Feeding of Cyanotypes', in Larry J. Schaaf, Sun Gardens: Cyanotypes by Anna Atkins, 193-201, (New York: The New York Public Library, 2018). https://shop.nypl.org/collections/just-in/products/sun-gardens-cyanotypes-of-anna-atkins

71. Pradip Malde with Mike Ware, Platinotype: Making Photographs in Platinum and Palladium with the Contemporary Printing-out Process, (London; New York: Routledge, 2021). https://www.routledge.com/Platinotype-Making-Photographs-in-Platinum-and-Palladium-with-the-Contemporary/Malde/p/book/9780367415952

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