One of the earliest photographic printing technique, discovered 1842, is the cyanotype process. It results in prints of a signature blue color. Many arstists were able to use Cyanotype and thanks to its simplicity it remains an accessible material for us today.
As the technique is quite simple, we will soon get into a creative process with an open end. Let’s see how the Endadin-Sun influences our artistic work on photographic prints.
Students may print from digital negatives – images printed from a computer onto transparency film. Please bring: Goggles, dustmask, apron or old shirt