Taught by LAPC Director Melanie King.
18 September 2016 at Photofusion, Brixton, London.
£150 - Book Here
Invented in the 1950s, chemigrams are photographic images made by painting on light sensitive paper. The process, which uses simple household ingredients and darkroom chemistry, is easy to do. The resulting images have a watercolour like appearance, and the opportunities to experiment are limitless. Whether you want to incorporate chemigrams into you regular photographic practice or just want to have some fun, the experience of working freely and experimentally is sure to enhance your primary body of work whatever it is.