From writing with light to writing with chemicals, the chemigram uses photosensitive material, chemical solutions and resist materials to form a unique print directly on the paper surface.
This fun workshop, run by Brittonie Fletcher, will add a lockdown twist to the process by using everyday long expired items found while cleaning out cupboards to show you how to produce your own “coronagrams”.
light sensitive photo paper
developer and fix (DIY recipes or standard)
trays to holds chemicals
disposable gloves / tongs
apron/old clothes/safety glasses
newspaper/plastic sheet etc. to protect work surface
a selection of kitchen/bathroom/cleaning closet disposable things for resists
Do you remember your first pinhole photograph? Where were you on pinhole day? As a group Lofi has formed some wonderful memories of shared experiences. Brittonie Fletcher reminds us of this with today’s gallery of work.
With a passion for perfecting the chemical mix behind the alluring results of alternative processes, Brittonie Fletcher has introduced most of the group to techniques they had never even thought of trying .
Whilst in New York she has also discovered a gallery showing the Mordancage work of Jean-Pierre Sudre which is well worth enjoying on-line.