October 23 @ 10:00 am - 3:30 pm$120 – $130
This introductory workshop will teach you the skills and techniques to create your very own Cyanotype images using this historic and fascinating process.
The Cyanotype: This forgotten photographic printing process from the 19th century was invented by Sir John Herschel (1792–1871) in 1842. Also known as shadowgraphs or blue prints, this simple process produces prints that are cyan blue. One of the first pioneers to put the cyanotype process to the test was Anna Atkins who in 1843 produced a book illustrated with cyanotypes.
Without any photographic knowledge, or the need for a darkroom, it is possible to create beautiful images with the cyanotype process. Images can be printed on a range of surfaces such as fine art papers, silk and cloth. Cyanotypes can be used to create fine art prints, books, hand made cards and wall hangings. Cyanotype prints are archival and will last for many decades.
Date | Saturday 23 October 2021
Time | 10:00am – 3:30pm
Cost | $120 Friends of NERAM and Culture Club Members, $130 Non Members
Venue | Packsaddle Studio (located at the rear or NERAM building.
Materials | Participants will take home a collection of Cyanotypes created in the workshop. Students can bring a range of objects for example flowers, leaves, lace and or black and white negatives to create images from. All other materials are supplied by the workshop organiser.
Maximum of 12 participants. Bookings are essential.
About Raimond de Weerdt
Raimond is a practising Photo-Media artist specializing in digital technologies and 19th century photographic practises. He has taught photography for over 15 years at Charles Sturt University and at Southern Cross University. His classes are informative, hands on and a lot of fun. To check out Raimond’s work go to www.artofblue.net or Instagram at @rai_deweerdt
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Image: Supplied by Raimond de Weerdt