Photograms on the farm workshop


A wonderful opportunity to undertake photography workshops with David Lush this summer.


Places limited to 8 per session.


6 - 8 pm on Thursdays 16th, 23rd, 30th of June, 7th, 14, & 21st of July.


The sessions follow a progression, the first 3 being an introduction to cynotype photography using natural materials followed by 3 more advanced classes.


Cost £12 per evening. Cost includes materials. Please book early here.




Davis is a retired teacher with an M.A. in Creative Practice and an interest in alternative photographic processes. His work explores aspects of the community and the natural world.


In these workshops, participants will explore how photographs can be made by pressing items found on the farm against light sensitive paper. After exposure to UV light and a simple development process, the impressions of flowers, leaves, feathers and other items are recorded as photograms. It is an almost magical process that anyone can carry out successfully, regardless of artistic experience. For those people who wish to develop their skills further, there will be workshops on a contact printing to follow later in the year. This is where a photograph is converted to a black and white negative and printed onto clear plastic to be used instead of flowers and feathers.