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Due to a health related withdrawal I have again one space available for this fantastic 5-day Lacock Intensive Collodion Workshop (6-10 July 2016, Manger Barn, Lacock).
It goes down to the basics of collodion photography. You'll learn how to make strong collodion negatives and how to print them on albumen paper. This includes of course how to make albumen as well as the coating and sensitizing of your own photographic paper.
You can find detailed information on my website www.collodion.org.uk
If you can't make it this year, I'm already planning next years workshop, which will be either Going Big with the 20x16in camera or the dry collodion process.
Send PM for details.
The picture shows Lacock Abbey albumen print from whole-plate collodion negative, 2015.
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