Sun Prints- Exploring Cyanotype Photography with Michelle Peterson: adults
In-person four-week class
June 3, 10, 17, 24 (make-up class due to rain – July 1)
11 am to 2 pm
Take a break from your digital camera and have fun experimenting with one of the earliest forms of photography! First developed in the 19th century, cyanotype (aka blueprints) is a printing process that uses UV light to create beautiful cyan blue photographic prints. Using the Currier’s current exhibition Seeing is Not Believing: Ambiguity in Photography as inspiration, Students will learn the history of this process as well as techniques and methods that they can do in their own backyard. No previous photography experience necessary. All materials provided.
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