Photography and digital image manipulation

Salt and albumen photographic printing with Peter Moseley

Ref: S3D08437

Suitable for all


About this course

Discover the practice of one of the famous 19th century photographic processes using silver, table salt and, a later development, egg white (albumen). You will learn to print from your favourite digital or film images, to produce glorious brown (sepia) prints.


Peter Moseley

Dr Peter Moseley is an experienced photographer and printmaker using the techniques and processes of the nineteenth century, including platinum printing and photogravure, salt and albumen, carbon transfer, kallitype and cyanotype printing. A qualified teacher, he has taught photography/printmaking workshops at universities and print centres in the UK and abroad.


Residential option available. Find out accommodation costs and how to book here.

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Suitable for Foundation Degree, Diploma and Masters.

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