Alternative Processes | Kallitypes

The Kallitype is a member of the iron-silver family and is a close cousin of platinum printing. Both use Ferric Oxalate as the light-sensitive element and both use the same developer and clearing procedure. Although Kallitypes are sometimes known as poor man’s platinum, a well-exposed, processed and toned (platinum, gold or selenium) kallitype is virtually indistinguishable from a platinum print made from the same negative (having virtually the same tonal range) but is a lot more affordable.

Dates: 25 June 2017
Days: Sunday
Time: 11:00 - 17:00
Length: 1 Day
Tutor: TBC
Fee: £145.00
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