Historic photographic processes have become an exciting alternative and even complimentary technique to digital imaging. At George Eastman House, participants not only get hands-on instruction on the processes but also get to view prime examples from the Museum’s incomparable collections.
No prior experience is necessary for most of these workshops. They are suitable for artists, photographers, students, teachers, and anyone interested in using these rare 19thcentury processes in the 21st century.
Don’t see the process you’d like to learn? We teach a wide variety of early photographic techniques in private group workshops and individual tutorials. We offer workshops all over the world, and events can also be held at an institution near you. Ask about arranging a workshop or illustrated lecture to suit your needs.
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I share your statement: antique photographic techniques are a alternative!
I have specialized myself on calotypes. My process works with modern papers and chemicals. The more I have developed a hybrid technology to introduce digital technique to make the copies.
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