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Workshop: Photogenic drawing at Lacock

A perfect introduction to historic photographic processes. This one day workshop covers the beginnings of camera-less photography and will allow you to develop your skills and knowledge into the printing process that started it all. This is William Henry Fox Talbot’s first photographic process, the photogenic drawing, the basis for all photographic printing that came later. This workshop teaches you the basic chemistry and techniques of the process, discusses some of Talbot’s variations and allows you to explore the artistic possibilities under expert guidance.

The workshop takes place onhttp://talbotworkshops.webs.com/photogenicdrawing.htm 13 August and is limited to ten participants. It is led by Richard Cynan Jones. Click here for more information:

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