Cyanotypes are photographs set in iron compounds rather than silver. The basic cyanotype process, almost unchanged since 1842, results in cyan-blue prints. After an introduction to this alternative process and its ties to the overall development of photography we will compose and expose our own images, using a mix of old or new source materials and approaches. Playing with watercolor, cut paper, and sewing will be part of the fun options presented beyond the regular paper and negative approaches! Take 10% off this class if you finalize your registration 3 or more weeks before the start date.