Saturday, February 9th, 2-3 p.m.
at Volume II Book Store, 98 Broad Street, Hillsdale
Learn about about the historic cyanotype process with local photographic artist, Pamela Heckel.
Pam will display her new cyanotype prints of snow crystal illustrations and share what she has learned about the camera-less photography of Anna Atkins (1799-1871), the scientific illustrations of snow crystals by Cecilia Glaisher (1828-1892), and the first micrographs of snow crystals by Wilson Bentley (1865-1931). Workshop participants will also get to make their own camera-less snow crystal cyanotype.
The workshop is free and free and for all ages. Children should be accompanied by an adult.
Please RSVP by sending Pam an email at email@example.com.
Community Snapshot Project
Do you have a great snapshot of family or friends out in the snow? I would like make cyanotype prints of the top photos shared with the project.
Types of Photos Needed
Antique, vintage, retro or even contemporary snapshot of family and friends in the snow.
I will be accepting submissions of photos for this cyanotype project throughout January and February 2019.
Photos that Cannot be Used
Professional copyrighted images cannot be accepted, unless you are the professional that made the image.
How to Submit Your Photos
Please contact Pam Heckel by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.