KFlynnPhotography

Kiera Flynn Photography - Handmade photography prints

Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

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All orders are processed within 48 hours and posted via 2nd Class Royal Mail.
Please allow 3-5 business days for your order to arrive after dispatch, if you need your order faster, upgrades are available or you can contact me to organize 48hr delivery.

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Last updated on May 31, 2021

Want to see more behind the scenes in how I make these prints, and be the first to hear about new designs before they go live? Join my mailing list! Just copy this link into your browser to sign up,
https://landing.mailerlite.com/webforms/landing/o7l4t8,
and you'll get 15% off your next order too.

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Keep in Touch
Instagram: @kiera_flynn_photography
Facebook.com/kieraflynnphotography
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All orders are processed within 48 hours and posted via 2nd Class Royal Mail.
Please allow 3-5 business days for your order to arrive after dispatch, if you need your order faster, upgrades are available or you can contact me to organize 48hr delivery.

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About KFlynnPhotography

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Video summary: This is a short timelapse video, showing the process involved in making my prints. A negative is used on light-sensitive paper, which is then exposed in a UV light-box before being processed in water. Here the unused chemicals are washed away and the final image appears fully in deep blue.

My story

Hi! I'm Kiera, and I started making prints a few months after graduating university in 2020. During my course, I found a love of alternative and historical processes of photography, and mainly for the cyanotype process. So I decided to continue working with this process after uni by starting this shop to sell cyanotype prints! The deep blue of these prints is so rich and have such a calming effect that is a pretty big reason why I love these types of prints, and the magic in watching these images just appear in water never gets old. I hope that you find something you love in my prints and that they bring a little brightness to your day!

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  • Kiera Flynn

    Owner, Maker, Photographer

    I'm a 22 year old fine-art photographer working in alternative and historical processes to create contemporary art pieces.

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Last updated on May 19, 2021
Frequently asked questions
Is your packaging plastic-free?

In designing the packaging for my products avoiding plastic where ever possible was incredibly important to me, because of this my packaging mostly consists of recycled cardboard to be as environmentally friendly as possible.
However due to the fragile nature of my coasters, they are shipped wrapped in bubble wrap. All of the bubble wrap is that which I have received in deliveries myself in order to reuse this rather than add new plastic into the cycle, but I am working on other methods to suitably protect those products without the use of any plastic whatsoever.

What is a cyanotype?

A cyanotype is a type of photographic print developed in the 1800s. It is characterized by it's deep blue hues and is often known as a 'blueprint' as a result.
Cyanotypes are created by applying light sensitive chemical to a medium and exposing that medium to sunlight. Once fully exposed the medium is developed in water where the deep blue image will slowly appear as unused chemical is washed away.