- Wed, Jan 18, 201710:00am Fri, Jan 20, 20175:00pm
Gum bichromate printing is a painterly alternative photography technique combines elements of photography and printmaking. It was heralded by the Pictorialists in the nineteenth century. In this course you will learn how to make digital negatives from your own photos and print the images by hand in the studio in four colour separations. Gum bichromate prints are unlike any other photographic process, images while muted in their palette have a beautiful painterly charm. You will need to provide your own digital images to print, papers and paints and other consumables included in fee. Refreshments provided but not food. Over 18s only due to chemical use.
Tutor: Steve Clarkson
£150 per person, 3 day course. (max 4 students)
Wednesday 18th January - Friday 20th January. 10am - 5pm each day