Photographer Debbie Small will speak on her specialty, salt print, as an alternative photographic processing method at the January El Dorado Camera Club meeting.
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Salt printing is one of the oldest alternative photographic processes and was the dominant paper-based photographic process for producing positive prints during the 1800s. It employs a technique of coating sheets of paper with silver salts to obtain unique tones and interesting contrasts.
The public is welcome to the Camera Club meeting at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 16. The meeting is held at the Cameron Park Community Center at 2502 Country Club Drive in Cameron Park.
Information regarding the El Dorado Camera Club is available at eldoradocameraclub.com.