Works positive by the author, in the 19th-century process called Platinum/Palladium or Platinum Printing, using three chemical components: Ferric Oxalate, Potassium Chloroplatinate, and Palladium Chloride.

The support used is Arches Platine paper, weighing 310 gsm, with a base of 100% cotton manufactured using the slow rotation cylinder system. This positive printing technique is considered one of the purest due to the nobility of the metals used to sensitize the paper, and its durability is theoretically set at thousands of years.