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Library workshop offers look into cyanotype

Anna Goraczko, an artist-in-residence with Hypatia-in-the-Woods, talks about cyanotypes and organizes a community cyanotype at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Shelton Timberland Library.

A cyanotype is a form of camera-less photography using light-sensitive paper. Cyanotypes are slow-reacting prints on special paper that are sensitive to a limited near-ultraviolet and blue light spectrum. Midday is the best time for this sort of printing, and is a safe process for people of all ages. The workshop is free.

People who wish to participate can bring favorite flow...


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