The blue print
Wet cyanotype is a photographic process based on iron chemical compounds, created by Sir John Herschel in1842, that takes its name from its typical blue/cyan coloured prints.
Workshop participants will be leaded in a fascinating journey through every step of the processing: setting digital negatives in photoshop, printing digital negatives on digital film, setting objects to print shapes and textures, sensitizing the paper, exposing the frames to UV light. This one-day workshop is open to everyone, adults and children. At the end, each participant will get the opportunity to produce almost one wet cyanotype to take along.