1. A Brief History of Salted paper
2. Talbot's Original "Photogenic Drawing" Process Part 1: Salted Paper Step-by-Step 3. Setting up the Salted Paper "Dimroom" 4. Digital Negatives for Salted Paper 5. Salted and Sensitizing the Paper 6. Exposing, Processing and Toning the Salted Paper Print 7. An Illustrated Guide to Troubleshooting Salted Paper 8. Printing Gum Over Salted Paper 9. Hand-coloring Salted Paper and other creative ideas 10. Finishing, Framing, and Storing Salted Paper Part 2: Contemporary Salted Paper Artists 11. Contemporary Salted Paper Artists 12. Bibliography
Christina Z. Anderson's work has shown nationally and internationally in 100+ shows and 40+ publications. She is author of The Experimental Photography Workbook, Gum Printing and Other Amazing Contact Printing Processes, Gum Printing: A Step-by-Step Manual Highlighting Artists and Their Creative Practice, and co-author with Samuel Wang, S. Carl King, and Zhong Jianming of Handcrafted: The Art and Practice of the Handmade Print (Chinese). Anderson is Associate Professor of Photography at Montana State University, Bozeman. To see her work, visit christinaZanderson.com.