This one-day workshop will introduce participants to the beautiful and subtle process of salt printing, the earliest positive photographic printing process on paper. The salt print was invented by William Henry Fox Talbot in the 1830s, and remained the most popular form of photographic printing until the 1850s.
In this hands-on workshop, you will learn how to hand-coat art paper with light-sensitive chemicals, before exposing it to light and processing to make your own salt prints.
What to bring
All materials will be provided. You will need to email your tutor a selection of high resolution digital images in advance of the workshop, and you can also bring additional images on a memory stick.
Introduction to Salt Printing Workshop
1 day workshop with Constanza Isaza
November 11, 2017
10:30am - 5pm
£110 + £15 materials fee
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