In this one-day hands-on workshop, you'll learn one of photography's earliest methods of capturing and recording imagery. First, an iron-based, light-sensitive solution is brushed onto a surface and then translucent drawings, negatives, or objects are placed on top of paper and exposed to ultraviolet light. The resulting quientiscential sepia images are a unique combination of photography and printmaking. Each student will walk away from the workshop with 10-12 prints on a variety of papers and an appreciation of this beautiful historical process.
All levels welcome!
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