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Large scale Cyanotypes

These are large scale Cyanotypes by Foundation Art and Design student Giulia Ausenda Stanford.
They are initial experimental pieces for part of her Final Major Project where she is exploring the human form through multi-media approaches.
A cyanotype is one of the oldest forms of photography, used in the late 18th century to record flora and fauna.

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New from the Students


The students here at Truro College have been hard at work over this past half-term and have produced some fab art for all to see above.
With UCAS and exam deadlines to deal with the quality of work shows no sign of slacking, but just keeps improving!
Well done to all.

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Photography exhibtion in White building


The NCFE photogarphy course is nearing completion and the students are showing off their creativity by exhibiting their work in the White building, top floor.
The work is the culmination of their photography course and showcases many styles from digital prints to cyanotypes.
Pop on by for a look if you are in the building, the photos will be up until Wednesday evening.

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Cyanotypes

The photography students spent this week experimenting with another classic process by making a selection of cyanotypes.

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Cyanotype Process


Its cyanotype time of year again at Truro College in the photography department. The students have been producing old school analogue images from digital negatives to create these awesome cyanotype prints.

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