Cyanotypes Workshop Gallery

Cyanotypes are one of the oldest forms of photography, discovered in 1842 by English mathematician, astronomer, chemist, inventor, and experimental photographer, Sir John Herschel. Attendees coat their cyanotype solutions onto different surfaces,usually water colour paper, but fabrics can also be used. Then using UV light, either from the sun or a light box, we expose images onto the prepared surfaces.

Attenborough Arts Centre 2015


Nottingham Creative Fringe 2015


Malt Cross 2015


Sunprint Picnic -2011