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Publication Date

Spring 2020


Course Description:

This class introduces students to unconventional photographic processes. Students will explore historic methods and materials that allow the extension of photographic imagery beyond the standard black and white or color print. The class will experiment with handmade emulsions and papers, incorporating photographic imagery into new and varied contexts such as drawings, paintings, and made books.


Processes explored:

Pinhole Cameras. Construction and use

Digital negatives

Cyanotype printing

Vandyke Brown printing

Hand-applied silver emulsion

Instant film transfers and lifts

Palladium printing

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