How to make a Cyanotype with Cheap Artificial Lighting

Ben Panter, Expanding Photography

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4 Videos (15m)
    • Introduction

      1:34
    • Supplies

      3:58
    • Printing

      4:35
    • Developing and Evaluating

      5:21

About This Class

Cyanotype is just plain awesome, and now it can be easier than ever to do it whenever you have the time.

In this class you will learn how to use cheap artificial lighting instead of the sun to make your cyanotype prints. It includes a refresher on the basic cyanotype process, but focuses on specific tips and tools related to printing inside with cheap artificial lighting.

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3 of 3 students recommendSee All

A great class. Ben is a natural at teaching. He explains the process in very simole terms.
Suzette Hussey

Artist, Skillshare Teacher

Great class, thank you! Very helpful, 'cause there is not much sun here and it's more convenient not to depend on weather. Thanks again for tons of info!
Anna Sokolova

Artist, illustrator, designer

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Ben Panter

Expanding Photography

My name is Ben Panter and I am an artist and professor teaching for Rutgers University and Rowan College. My art is photography based and I enjoy experimenting with and combining new and old media. I've been honored to have several artist residencies through the National Park System over the past few years, including Rocky Mountain National Park and Acadia National Park.

You can view more of my work on my website, benpanter.com, and follow me on Instagram @bpanter.

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