The Kallitype is an iron-silver process patented in 1889. Taken from
the Greek word "kalli," which translates as "beautiful," this process
can produce prints that vary from sepia, to brown, to a warm black.
Similar to the Vandyke in its use of an iron component, it is a
different process and can at times be confused with a
Though there are no prerequisites, this is an intense two-day workshop
in which participants will learn about materials handling, paper
coating with the Kallitype solution, exposing the paper in contact with
a negative, and processing of the Kallitype print. Participants will
also be introduced to the process of making digital negatives, though
the majority of the workshop will be spent printing.