Silver Printing Processes
6 ECTS; 2º Ano, 1º Semestre, 30,0 T + 45,0 TP + 5,0 OT
On completion of this module the students should be familiarised with non-conventional photographic processes, have developed learning and critical skills, be able to handle with photographic chemistry and to describe procedures and materials.
Density. Paper for photographic printig. Camera obscura. The printing process: salted paper. The printing process: albumen. The printing process: matt albumen. The wet plate collodion. The enlarged negative. The printing out paper. Printing-out paper tonners. Developing paper.
The assessment is continuous and consists of:
Presence, participation, attendance - 5%
4 exercises practical - 25%
1 written assessment test - 20%
1 research paper - 15%
Final project - 35%
Practice sheets and / or reports must be submitted no later than one week after the exercise in question on the risk of 1 value penalty for each day of delay.
All assessment elements must be presented and delivered by the last class of the contact period.
However, if the student needs more time to complete the final project, the presentation may be postponed to the exam season without prejudice to the assessment. Since the only component that can be evaluated during subsequent seasons is the final project.
Students who do not obtain a final grade equal to or higher than 8/20 are excluded from subsequent seasons.
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- , .(1980). Albumen and salted paper book. New York: Light Impressions
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- , .(1979). The Keepers of Light. New York: Morgan & Morgan
- Anderson, C. (2018). Salted paper printing - A step by step manual highlighting contemporary artists. New York: Focal Press
Method of interaction
Lectures and laboratory classes (practice and experimentation).
Software used in class