Cyanotypes Photography Workshop

Start date: 17 February 2024
Day: Saturday
Course length: 1 Day Course
Time: 10:00 to 16:00

Course code: SA30

Full fee: £67.00 | Over 65s: £60.30 | Benefit: £53.60

Tutor: Martin Edwards


Courses description

Cyanotype is one of the earliest photographic processes, using the iron produced by iron compounds. Cyanotypes have a strong blue colour. In 1843 Anna Atkins published the first book of photographs, using the recently discovered cyanotype, or blueprint, process.

In this workshop, you will try this technique out to produce bright blue cyanotype prints using negatives or found objects such as leaves and feathers. You will have the opportunity to mix the light-sensitive chemicals, coat the paper, expose and then develop it to give a lasting result on high-quality art paper.

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