The Santa Barbara Hackerspace will be hosting a cyanotype class on Sunday December 10th. If you have never heard of cyanotype wikipedia has an excellent entry on it here. It is a very early form of photography that is very simple and requires minimal chemicals and preperation. The class will be 4 hours long with a brief description of the history of cyanotypes, the theory of operation, and making a couple of prints. You can bring alonf most any mostly flat object to make a print of or bring a photo file to make into a cyanotype.
The class will be led by Kayla Pence, a local photographer and graduate of the Brooks Institute school of photography in Santa Barbara. CHeck out her website and work at www.kaylapence.com. The class is open to all ages and the materials are safe to handle. The class size is limited to 15 people and if we have enough participants we will do 2 classes on the 10th. The classes will be held at the Santa Barbara Hackerspace in goleta. The fee for the class is $25 and includes paper, chemicals, printing, etc for 2 cyanotype prints.
A sign up sheet will be posted shortly. After submitting the signup sheet you will receive a confirmation email with payment details.
Sign up page is now live! TO sign up go to sbhackerspace.com/products/cyanotype-class and purchase your seat in the class.