Yesterday, I wrote about how to make photograms using paper treated with UV-sensitive cyanotype emulsion, available from various manufacturers. Now I'd like to share some ideas for how to take that process a little further, by using the same paper to create a more traditional photographic image. I'll be showing you two very similar processes using inkjet-printer transparencies. One procedure creates a print with inverted values--like a photonegative. The other procedure uses a negative transparency and produces a fine blue-as-blue-can-be photo print.