Daguerreotype day is the 29th of July in honour of the late Irving Pobboravsky. Daguerreotypists are invite to shoot a plate on the day and share them online. Daguerreotype day is a worldwide event and everyone is encouraged to take part. You can find more information here: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DaguerreotypeDay.org Take part!
Two days workshop all the year (except summer) on rendez-vous ( the days of your choice ): All the complete technique about this etching process in my studio contact on my website : www.heliogravure.fr
David Kachel hold workshops one-to-one where you learn the modern polymer photogravure, so next time you are in Texas… Three day, One-on-One workshops with David Kachel at his gallery/studio. Photopolymer plates using Imagon HD and other photopolymer films. Direct-to-plate positive images using Epson printers and Quadtone RIP. Plate preparation, plate printing and processing, inking, wiping, printing… the works. All the … Read more
Attend an advanced Carbon Transfer Workshop with veteran carbon printer Calvin Grier. WHO Just you. These workshops are individual so we can adjust the speed and what we cover to meet your interests. Since there is so much information to cover about advanced carbon practices, it is recommended that workshop attendees have some experience printing in carbon or have an … Read more
The Penumbra Foundation is a non-profit photographic arts organization whose mission is to bring workshops and greater education, lectures, and events to a diverse and evolving international photographic community. Our scope spans photography from its 19th century invention to the present age. We are located at the heart of New York City: 36 E 30th Street between Madison and Park … Read more
Scully & Osterman offer private tutorials, workshops and advanced classes year-round in their skylight studio in Rochester, New York in wet and dry-plate collodion, albumen and salt printing & other early photographic processes. Tutorials are personalized to meet the needs of the artist-photographer with formats ranging from 1/9 plates to 11 x 14 inches (and other mammoth sizes) in the … Read more
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. eastman.org –> Events No prior experience is necessary for most of these workshops. They are suitable for artists, photographers, students, teachers, … Read more
CAP teaches hands-on, skill-building, demonstrative, and instructional workshops that are designed for the novice to seasoned alternative process photographer.
Workshops in Cyanotype and Platinum/Palladium printing.