Master Class Private Sessions Available for More Advanced Training
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
Part 1: Morning Activities
Lunch Break: To Allow Paper to Dry
Part 2: Afternoon Activities
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.
1 Day Course - $299 Materials included
11:00am to 4:00pm
Maximum Class Size: 4 Students
Private Classes Can Be Arranged
Cyanotypes by our student John Trohan.
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