||The Vandyke print, vandyke refers to the
print's brown color, is a simpler version of the more complex Kallitype
print. A contact print is made by placing a large negative on a piece of
photo sensitized watercolor paper. The sandwiched paper and negative are
placed under glass and exposed to the ultra-violet rays of the sun. The
exposure varies from five minutes to an hour depending on the quality of
the sunlight. The print is then developed in water, fixed and washed like
a traditional black and white print.