Cyanotype Workshop

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  1. Gustavo_Castilla

    Gustavo_Castilla Member

    Sep 11, 2004
    Bryan Texas
    Large Format

    Introduction to Historical Photographic Process
    Workshop with Gustavo Castilla


    Location :Viva Gallery In Sherman Oaks

    13261 Moorpark Street
    Sherman Oaks, CA 91423
    (818) 385-0080
    Time: 1:00 – 5:00pm On Sundays
    Fee: $75.00 per person, includes materials fee. Minimum of 5 students, maximum 10.
    To register: or for more information , send an email or go to this link
    Materials Supply List: All materials are included. The participants will have enough materials to practice at home.

    Instructor’s website
    Class Description
    Learn how to create your own photographic paper using historical photographic process such as
    Cyanotype and Van Dyke (Brown prints). The class is designed so that beginners and more experienced photographers
    and artists can enjoy and come away with the knowledge to create unique images whether photographs or photograms.
    This is what is called contact printing – the image will be the same size as the negative so large negatives will be available for the participants.

    About Your Instructor
    Gustavo Castilla obtained a certificate in Graphic Design with a specialization in Digital Imaging from UCLA Extension
    and subsequently completed work for various companies including Universal Studios Online,
    Jewels on Rodeo, Michael Alan Design, and, as well as various individuals.

    At the same time, he has continued to express his artistic vision and creative passion
    through medium and large format photography that he develops and print himself using various
    alternative processes. In recent years he has taken a particular interest in still life, landscape, and abstract photography.

    Some of his most recent medium and large format pieces have been displayed at
    VIVA Gallery, the Lincoln Avenue Exposition, the Alternative Photography Institute Symposium.
    and Laguna Art Museum