Hi all, I have got into Cyanotypes but I was thinking about how the negative is placed over the cyanotype for the contact print, I was thinking if it were possible to do a 2 stage print meaning that you use 2 photographic processes to produce the final image on the same piece of paper. My idea would be: Coat paper with silver based emulsion Take the photo Develop the image giving a negative Recoat the paper with cyanotype solution Expose under UV Develop Cyanotype in water and wash away original silver based chemicals My idea came from how colour images are developed, colour film is just black and white film with added layers and the black and white part of the image is bleached out leaving just the colours. Would something like the above idea work? It would create a single original image much like tintype which produces a single positive image. Thoughts?