Workshop of Cyanotype Postcards
Masters: Egidijus Kabošis or Gintas Kavoliūnas
(The Open Workshop of Photography)
During the session the technique of cyanotype is introduced and photograms are printed. Cyanotype is one of the earliest photographic imaging techniques that produces a cyan-blue print (also known as Prussian / Berlin Blue). Photograms (light silhouettes of the objects on a dark background) are produced when setting a picture of fresh or dried plants, small items and materials on watercolor paper sensitized to the light. This process is very safe and attracts a large number of small and adult participants. People who practiced the cyanotype often conceive a huge desire to make more and more prints. After all, postcards are made by putting together the separate pictures.
Duration: 2 h.
Minimal group: 10 persons.
Price: 8 EUR for a person (VAT not included).
Language: Lithuanian, English, Russian, Korean.
For more information: www.afd.lt/cianotipija