- a process of photographic printing, used chiefly in copying architectural and mechanical drawings, that produces a blue line on a white background.
- a print made by this process.
Origin of cyanotype
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It should then be put in the printing frame in the same way as the cyanotype paper and exposed to the sun.
Prints made upon this cyanotype paper have a beautiful blue tone, and are so simple and easily made that they are very popular.
- another name for blueprint (def. 1)
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