Join Lacock Abbey Fox Talbot Museum teacher and artist in residency Nettie Edwards to learn the organic Victorian photographic technique of the anthotype process. Invented in 1842 by early photographic pioneer Sir John Herschel, this process uses dyes made from crushed plants.
This fun filled workshop is designed to enable the photographer to present a different view of Belfast.
Firstly taking an image followed by using photoshop to create a view of Belfast that isn’t as real as it seems, a quirky view of Belfast. We will create a scene of Belfast where all is not as it seems, create a fictional story behind each image and display in Belfast Exposed Studio Gallery
Discover new possibilities for your photographic imagery by combining it with printmaking. This weekend workshop with BPW artist Raquel Amat Parra, will use light sensitive photopolymer film to produce intaglio-plates using photographic, digital and collaged imagery. Participants will leave with a small printed edition, made with their own images.