Make 3 prints with images from the Palmer Museum’s historic photo collection
About This Program
The Palmer Museum invites you to explore the world and history of cyanotypes. This is one of the easiest printing techniques you can do at home without expensive equipment or a photography darkroom. While this was a very popular printing process for engineers well into the 20th century, it is becoming increasingly popular with photographers and artists wanting to push their creativity with printing.
At each workshop, you will select 3 photos from the Palmer Museum’s historic photo collection and make 3 cyanotype prints, all with minimum supplies and no darkroom required! These are techniques that you can easily do in your own kitchen.
You’ll be able to pick up on a later date when the printing process is completed. Each class will be held indoors at the Palmer Museum and Visitor Center. All materials are provided.
*Due to the nature of this product, there are no returns/refunds available.
Age Range: 18 & up
What to Bring: All supplies will be provided.