This series of images were taken throughout France in the summer of 2015. 35mm negatives are scanned, enlarged to digital negatives, and then printed in Ziatype Palladium; a relative of the Palladium printing process.
"The ziatype is a variation of the Pizzighelli POP process that uses lithium palladium chloride (lithium chloropallidite) as the primary metal and ammonium ferric oxalate for the iron compound to produce a continuous tone print. Color and contrast are controlled chemically, unlike other Pizzighelli processes where color and contrast are controlled by humidity. The ziatype was originated by Richard Sullivan of Bostick and Sullivan and tested to perfection by Carl Weese" -Alternative Photography