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Course: Photographic Processes at the V&A / 8 May-3 July

This 8-week course, led by Almudena Romero is an extensive hands-on overview of photographic processes, from nineteenth century printing techniques to today’s latest 3D scanning technologies.

Participants will learn photographic processes based on leaves and flowers (anthotype printing, lumen printing, chlorophyll printing), along with cameraless techniques (photograms, chemigrams, cyanotype printing) and digital processes including 3D scanning and DIY lenses for smartphones.

Suitable for beginners.

Click here to book a place or call +44 (0)20 7942 2000

Mondays, 8 May-3 July, 10.30-13.00
Victoria and Albert Museum
£400/£320 students & concessions

Image: Cyanotype print on glass. 2017 

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