An easy to follow workshop, exploring the cyanotype process to make photograms.

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EXPLORING CYANOTYPE

PROFESSOR STEVE MACLEOD

THURSDAY 28 JANUARY

4 - 5PM: ONLINE

Price: £15 (+ £1 bf)

In this workshop you will learn about the fascinating cyanotype process, its history and how the chemicals are mixed.

Together, with Steve, you will make light sensitive paper and expose to UV or sunlight, before processing to make final archival prints.

WORKSHOP SKILLS:

  • Learn about the cyanotype process and how it works
  • What chemicals are required for cyanotype photography 
  • How to expose the paper
  • How to process the paper after exposure

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Cyanotype starter kits

Ahead of the workshop please ensure you have purchased your cyanotype starter kit here, or alternatively here.

*If you do use the raw chemicals you will also need artists watercolour paper to coat the chemicals onto.

TUTOR:

Professor Steve Macleod is an award winning Creative Director; photographer and Master Printer at the forefront of photographic imaging for over 25 years.

Steve is also an artist represented by Black Box Projects; Director of Metro Imaging in London; Visiting Professor at University of Suffolk and Trustee of QEST charity.

ACCESS TO THE SESSION:

The session will take place live at the date and time stated above.

You will receive an email 24 hours before the workshop with detailed instructions of how to access this virtual presentation.