Cyanotype Workshop: Pre-College
Non-credit – In-Person
- Dates: March 11
- Times: 10 AM – 1 PM
- Meetings: 1
- Days: Saturday
- Instructor: Adam Leitzel
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In this class students will learn one of the original forms of photography, Cyanotype! This process was invented in 1842, and the blue images it produces have become iconic in recent years. Students will learn how to coat paper with photo sensitive chemicals, how to properly expose an image, and how to get that image to stay after developing. This process yields various results so creative thinking and experimentation are highly encouraged!
This course must meet minimum enrollment by March 4 in order to run. Register today!
- 2-D objects like leaves, cloth, ribbon, masking tape, old negatives, etc.
- 1 sheet of paper: —Arches Platine 310GSM – highly recommend this paper since it was invented for alternative processes. OR —Canson Edition paper for a cheaper alternative