Cyanotype Photography Workshop:
April & November 2019
(2 workshops in Autumn and Spring)
Full day Friday or Saturday
$150 each ticket
Class numbers 8 people
For Booking call Mandy on 0411 253 506
Presented by Julie Millowick, Photographer
Included in the price:
- lunch, glass of wine and morning / afternoon coffee / tea breaks
- four hours coating of paper prior to class by Julie - 10 sheets of prepared photographic paper per person.
- all chemical materials provided - bring your own dried specimens.
- four hours contact teaching with Julie Millowick
- opportunity to design arrangements on photographic paper.
- the cyanotype process and history of the medium will be given to each participant on cd/usb.
Objects are placed directly onto the sensitised paper, then exposed to ultra violet light [the sun]. Exposures vary depending on the degree of transparency of the object.
Cyanotype, invented by Sir John Herschel in 1842, is a photographic printing process that produces a cyan-blue print. Each image is unique.
Julie Millowick’s interest in cyanotype was inspired by the beautiful work of pioneering photographer, Anna Atkins. Such are the archival properties of cyanotype, Anna’s work is still as rich and strong as when she created it over 100 years ago. Julie Millowick’s cyanotype work is utterly beautiful. It is a privilege for us to invite her here to share her incredible knowledge of this photographic process without a camera.