Historical Photographic Processes in a Contemporary World
Lifelong Learning

Experience the timeline of photography as you make prints using three different historical processes while working with a film negative printed from your own digital file. Students will create cyanotype, van dyke brown, and salted paper prints, learn the history of each, and get to know artists from both the past and present who work(ed) with these processes. The special fee covers the cost of chemistry, paper, and the printing of one digital-to-film negative (additional negatives may be purchased from the instructor). Information regarding how to choose an image, and the file size required to print a negative, will be discussed in the first class.

This course is part of the Digital Photographer Series
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Class Sections For Historical Photographic Processes in a Contemporary World (LLART 302)

Fall 2021 Section 1, Starting on: 10/06/2021

This class takes place in person at Luminaria (14 E 800 S, SLC). Luminaria requires masks when working in their studio as physical distancing is difficult to maintain. Class is limited to 12.

Date(s) Day Time Location
10/06/21 - 10/27/21 W 6:00 pm -9:00 pm SLC UT
Tuition: $149.00 + Special Fee: $99.00 = $248.00      

Instructor: Dave Hyams

Registration for this class will close on 10/06/2021 at 3:00 p.m.

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