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Cyanotype: In the Footsteps of Anna Atkins

This class will use plants and natural light to create a unique image with beautiful shades of blues, as Anna Atkins did in the second half of the 19th century, one of the first women to use photography. The class will also experiment with small objects and film negatives to create their cyanotype prints. Participants will learn how to create these negatives from a digital image.

Members receive 10% off!

  • Tuition: $150
  • Location: Kala Print Studio
  • Instructor: Pernelle Popelin
  • 1 Classes
  • Sunday, October 24, 2021
  • 10:00am — 2:00 pm


About the Instructor:

Pernelle Popelin was born in Orléans (France) in 1989. She holds a degree in technical photography and a master degree in Photography and Contemporary Art from Université Paris (France). She is a member of Diaph8 an organization for artists and co-founded the publishing department. Popeline taught photography (technique, composition, history…) from 2014 to 2018 to adults (groups up to 8 students) in Paris. One of her pieces is currently shown at Lavoir Numérique, in Gentilly next to Paris. Her work focuses on how humans occupy space, and especially the digital space. Her latest project was related to the terrorist attacks in Paris in 2015 and the public reactions on social media. Popelin has been living in the USA for three years.