Cyanotype Printing Byron Community College

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Cyanotype Printing

Cyanotype Printing

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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 fascinating photographic printing process can be used to create fine art prints, cards or bespoke books.

Without any photographic knowledge or specialist equipment, 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.

Additional materials fee $20

What to bring

  • Watercolour paper.
  • Plants cuttings, flowers
  • Lace work, doily, silk scarves, or other diaphanous materials (light, delicate, and translucent)
  • $20 to pay tutor for materials
  • Refreshments

Feedback from Past Students

“Yay! Loved it - very informative, interactive, inspriting & Fun!” Asher-Lily Green

“Very interesting to hear & learn about the history of photography and how it merged into cyanotype.” Louise Macaulay

Important information

Once your enrolment is completed you will receive a confirmation email. This email will be your receipt and inform you of the dates, time and venue of your course, it will also let you know of anything you need to take to class with you. Please make sure that you give us a valid email address and mobile number as any course changes will be communicated via sms or email.

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We keep our class sizes small so that you get a better experience. Avoid disappointment, enrol early!