Are you seeking a hands-on photographic experience using historic 19th century processes? Each day, students will engage with the chemistry and the materials. Among the processes you’ll learn in this class are:
Different toning options and techniques will be demonstrated and discussed. Students will be contact printing, which requires a large format or digital negative. Negatives can be prepared for students in advance.* Participants will be hand coating artist papers, and experimenting with different approaches within the medium. All other materials will be provided.
Recommended for the novice to advanced, those who are interested in a firsthand educational experience in the history of photography.
Instructor: Morgan Post
Dates: January 7th through 11th, 2019
Location: The Penumbra Foundation
Skill Level: Intermediate to Advanced
About Morgan Post:
Morgan Post has been a large format wet plate photographer and educator for the past seven years. Post holds a MFA degree from Utah State University, a BFA degree from the School Of Visual Arts, and an Associates Degree from Maine Media Workshops. He has worked extensively as a fine art and commercial photographer & digital artist in both Los Angeles and New York. He is currently teaching at Long Island University Brooklyn, Center For Alternative Photography and Fairfield University.
For more information visit the workshop page at The Penumbra Foundation!