Information and discussion on all aspects of British photographic history
Minnie Weisz's first London collodion wet-plate photography workshops were taught by France Scully Osterman and Mark Osterman in 2009/2010. Following in the footsteps of Frederick Scott Archer, the inventor of the collodion process in 1851, our 2012 weekend workshops are led by Jo Gane and John Brewer, experts in the field of 19th Century Photographic processes in the UK.
Learn to make unique images direct onto glass, aluminium and acrylic. Create portrait and still life images in the studio. Join our Collodion circle in King’s Cross.
There are just two places left for each weekend : 17th/18th - 24th/25th - 31st/1st April - with each taking 6 people. The studio is offering a 10% discount for students. Weekend workshops are £320 for 2 days tuition, hands-on approach, making at least 7 plates each per workshop weekend.
HISTORIC PHOTOGRAPHIC PROCESSES - MARCH 2012.
MINNIE WEISZ STUDIO, 123 PANCRAS ROAD KING’S CROSS NW1 1UN
Click here to learn more: Historic%20Photographic%20Processes_workshop_preview2.pdf.
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