ALT01-Introduction to Cyanotype & Van Dyke Brown
Weekend Workshop / Tutor: Louis Haugh / Max. 6 per class
Image By Elise Fisher Student from last workshop
A practical, hands on workshop that concentrates on two distinct Alternative Processes; Cyanotype, an Iron printing process that produces a striking Prussian Blue image and Van Dyke Brown, an Iron/Silver process that produces a beautiful and painterly sepia coloured image. The workshop covers every aspect of printing alternatively, from coating your paper, making your exposure, developing your print and toning your final image. Students will finish with a solid understanding of each process, its chemistry and practical tips to use in their own practice. An immensely enjoyable and practical workshop suitable for anyone with an interest in photography, printing, art or working without computers.
Students are required to send four digital images ahead of the workshop, which will then be made into large format inkjet negatives to be used during the workshop.
September Course 2016
Course Dates: May 13th and 14th (Saturday and Sunday)
11am-5pm (includes an hour for lunch)
You can book the course by email/phone or through the Paypal button below
A graduate of IADT’s Ba Photography Programme, Louis has been working independently and collaboratively within Dublin for many years. Having exhibited and participated in residencies nationally and internationally, Louis’s photography practice is as diverse as it is varied. Drawing from a plethora of historic and contemporary printing techniques, Louis brings a dynamic range of Alternative Processes to The Darkroom’s existing curriculum.