- September 3, 2021
9:30 am - 4:30 pm
This process requires no other chemicals, can be exposited in sunlight and developed simply in water. Cyanotypes provide a beautiful image in stable Prussian blue pigment. The image colour may be easily modified by a variety of toning agents.
THE CANOTYPE HISTORY
Sir John Herschel’s traditional cyanotype process, now practiced for 166 years, became known as Blueprint, the first reprographic process. It is one of the oldest, simplest, safest, and cheapest alternative photographic process.
This is a hands on workshop where the participants will produce a number of photographs. Outline of the day:
1. The negative (includes instructions on creating digital negatives)
2. Paper choices
3. Coating methods
5. Processing – (includes toning)
Starts at 9.30 am and concludes at 4.30 pm
CLASS MAXIMUM 3