In this 1.5 hour workshop you will create a solution of vitamin C, washing soda crystals. You will then soak plants (containing phenols) in this solution before placing them on to B&W photographic film and paper. This arrangement is then placed in outside in sunlight to expose. The photographic film is then fixed in photographic fixer, revealing an etheral print of the plant matter on the film.
What is a phytogram?
A phytogram is created by using the internal chemistry in plants and photographic mediums such as photographic film or paper.
Further reading can be found on:
- this excellent website by Arts of the working Class
- or here on this blog dedicated to the phytogram process
Who is this workshop suitable for?
This workshop is suitable for all levels of experience.
What do I need to bring?
A variety of freshly cut plant matter
What is provided?
- All chemistry
- 1 roll of B&W film
- 5 sheets of B&W paper
- A worksheet
How do I book?
Payments are accepted in full directly through this website. Add the workshop(s) to your cart and choose your payment option. Please note the cancellation policy found here
How do I arrange my workshop?
Once you've booked, Emily will be in touch to arrange your workshop(s). If you do not hear from me within a couple of day please get in touch. I'm a one person team.