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Salt Print & Cyanotype Weekend
14 March 2020 until 15 March 2020
Street Level Photoworks
Saturday: 10.30 – 5.00
Sunday: 12.00 – 5.00
£130 / £160
Tutor: Iseult Timmermans
An introduction to 2 historic processes.
Cyanotypes – or blueprints – are one of the earliest historical printing methods dating back to 1842. Salt printing, originally developed by Fox Talbot in the 1830’s and typically practiced until the 1860’s, combines salt and silver nitrate to produce reddish brown images.
Both are Printing Out Processes, using a contact printing method, exposed under a UV light. This means that your final image size is determined by the size of your negative or object (if creating photogram prints).
This course is suitable for beginners and experienced photographers alike and will cover all the basic information required to start exploring these beautiful and fun early processes.
Book online https://bit.ly/2ndGFv5 or email: [email protected]