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Sun Prints That Catch The Eye In Deep Green-Blue

A cyanotype by Carmen Joyce
Carmen Joyce
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A cyanotype by Carmen Joyce

Cyanotype is one of the oldest photographic techniques.

The printing process - popular in Victorian England, where it was created in 1842 - uses UV light to produce what are known as “sun prints” in a dark greenish-blue.

Carmen Joyce - a self-taught artist and photographer - will teach the process in a “Printing with Light” class - Saturday at 10 AM at Crabtree Farms here in Chattanooga.

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