Van Dyke Brown Workshop
Introduction to making digital negatives and Van Dyke Brown Prints.
This late 19th Century process is similar to Cyanotype as an iron-based printing out process that uses ferric ammonium citrate and develops with just water. However, as the name suggests, you get a lovely rich warm color instead of the Cyanotype's blue.
Like all hand-coated processes, once you understand how to mix up the formula a variety of papers, fabrics, or even porcelain can be coated.
Van Dyke Brown is available only as a 2-Day workshop as it takes longer to setup the chemistry, coat the paper, and prepare the negatives.
Price includes Materials Fee