If you enjoy photography and nature, this four-hour course is ideal for you. On this course you'll create your own botanical-themed works of art using plants and power of the sun. Discover this camera-less photographic printing technique and make your own cyanotype prints using plants from local sources.
On this course you'll discover camera-less photographic printing techniques and make your own cyanotype prints using plants from local sources. You could even bring in your own examples. Find out about the cyanotype process and how Fox Talbot and Anna Atkins made the first photographs using flowers and plants from their gardens.
You'll be able to make prints using this old process and discover how to make wonderful compositions from flowers and grasses.
You'll be shown how to coat your own paper with the cyanotype chemistry and learn how to make digital negatives for combining the botanical examples of fresh and dried flowers and grasses. You'll make several prints using this process in natural daylight and learn how to fix your images on a range of different papers.
The course is aimed at anyone who would like to learn this alternative and cameraless printing process. It's suitable for beginners and those with more experienced photography skills wanting to try something new.
The course will include:
8 June 2019
29 July 2019
|Day and time||
Saturday, 1.30pm to 5.30pm
Monday, 2pm to 6pm
|Maximum class size||10|
A 20% discount is available for:
If you're eligible for the 20% discount, please contact us before booking.
The course fee includes the cost of materials.
Please note, the deadline to book a place on one of our short courses is one week before the start date. If you have missed the deadline, please get in touch and we will do our best to accommodate you.
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