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Cyanotype! The Original Sun-Printing Process
Julie Sopscak

Cyanotype! The Original Sun-Printing Process

Regular price $60.00

with Julie Sopscak

Saturday, Aug 18th
1-4pm

Discovered in the mid 1800’s, cyanotype is one of the earliest photographic techniques developed. It's an antique process (which we love, right?) which uses sunlight -- instead of a camera -- to make the image or photogram. The prints are a rich, Prussian blue when fully developed. We will be making prints on pre-sensitized papers and cotton fabric sheets.

Any object that casts a shadow or blocks the light will create an image. A variety of objects (such as botanicals, feathers, lace, string and small toys) will be provided, but you can (and are encouraged to!) bring your own. It would be a perfect excuse to take some time for yourself -- go for a walk, explore your your garden (or your neighbor's) and find some treasures to make sun-prints with.


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