Learn How to Develop Your Own Cyanotype Photograph!
Cyanotypes, precursors to black and white photographs, are made from a photographic printing process that produces cyan-blue prints. Belgravia resident and a retired, well-loved physics and science teacher from Scona High, Barry Edgar will show us how these blue and white pictures can be developed in plain water.
Each participant attending this session will hear Barry speak about this seemingly magical process with several examples to demonstrate what can be produced. Everyone is invited to bring a black & white negative of a favourite photograph to make their own cyanotype print to take home.
If you don’t have a black & white negative, you can e-mail a photograph to Barry and he will produce a negative image for you prior to the session. Barry will also have a number of negatives at the session for people to use if personal negatives are not available.
Adults and children welcome!
When: Thursday June 13, 2019
Time: 7 – 9 pm
Where: Upper BCL Hall
Fee for materials: $5 (BCL Members); $10 (non-community league participants)
RSVP by June 5 to email@example.com