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Alternative Printing Processes
This class is an introduction to some of the earliest 19th century photographic processes: the cyan-blue print, lumen contact printing, and anthotype contact printing.
This workshop is suitable for everyone, especially beginners. You will learn how to compose objects, rip paper to size, mix the chemicals, make emulsion, coat paper, and expose using a UV light/Sunlight to make your own cyanotype photograms and more. You will be instructed on how to create acetate digital-like negatives. You will learn how to create a beautiful set of blue prints, experiment with Lumen & Anthotype contact printing using objects & subjects of your choice. Your instructor has a ... view more »
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Many of your exposures will be done outside of class and one session will be scheduled earlier in the day at an agreed-upon location with good light.
Parking is available at the historic district public lot on 100 W & Center, Logan High School lot 1 or 2, Recreation Center lot 1 or 2, Jo-Ann’s Fabrics & Crafts Lot, Public Lot behind Olson & Hoggan. Limited street parking (please observe posted restrictions). The lot directly behind the theater is closed to the public between 6am-6pm.