The cyanotype process, developed by John Herschel in England in the 1830's, was one of the first photgraphic technique utilized for printing images. It involves the application of a chemical solution to papter, a negative overlay and then exposure to the sun or an intense light source. The image appears as a mixture of blue tones that are almost magical.
"Reviving the art of old photographic techniques is a passion of mine . I am so glad to be able to share with my students." JA
Cyanotypes by our student John Trohan
from John's cellphone photos.
All matrials need to make 8 x 10 paper prints (gloves, bushes, fully equipped darkroom, archival watercolor paper and chemistry).
Students will bring in up to 3 images that they would like to make into Cyanotypes. Choose prints or digital scans of images that would make an interesting subject. Print size is 8 x 10.
Private Classes Can Be Arranged
Master Class Private Sessions Available for More Advanced Training
Part 1: Morning Activities
Lunch Break: (Allow Paper to Dry).
Part 2: Afternoon Activities
1 Day Course - $325 Materials included
11:00am to 4:00pm
Maximum Class Size: 4 Students
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