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Date: May 25-27, 2013 (3 days)
Instructor: Cody Goddard
Level: Intermediate to Advanced
Class Description: Exploring the use of liquid emulsion and cyanotype printing on different substrates with digital negatives will be the focus of this workshop. We will start with digital images, which can be from scanned film or objects, digital cameras, or any number of other sources. We will discuss proper technique for printing digital negatives, and will use the negatives we create to print on a variety of substrates such as wood, paper, and metal. We will also talk about how to choose an appropriate substrate for a given image. Students will leave with the knowledge they will need to print their images on a variety of materials, and will be able to transfer this knowledge to other forms of alternative printing. Students should bring some images they are interested in printing.
Instructor Bio: Cody Goddard works as a photographer and multimedia developer at the College of Arts and Architecture at Penn State. He received his BFA in Art with a concentration in photography and BA in Integrative Arts from Penn State University. Cody’s experience with alternative process photography began with daguerreotyping, then quickly moved to wet plate collodion, cyanotype, albumen, gum bichromate, polaroid manipulation, and hybrid-process photography. Cody has wide-ranging interests that influence his work, including woodworking, metalworking, new media art, and sculpture. He frequently gives guest demonstrations and lectures for photography classes at Penn State.
Instructor Website: www.codexphoto.com
(tuition includes lunch during workshop)
Studio/Materials Fee: $50