Lithography is a printing technique where an image is etched onto a fixed medium such as wax. The raised sections are then coated with ink and then pressed onto paper to produce the image. There are many different materials used to create this same process and throughout it’s historical development quicker and more efficient methods to achieve the final lithograph have been used. With modern digital software such as Adobe Photoshop, this can be recreated easily using any image. Since this process has a history behind it, the use of sepia toning on the digital image helps to create a sense of a bygone technique and the final image has a real “nostalgic” feel to it. Below are some of my landscape photographs rendered to recreate the lithograph style.