Friday, February 13, 2009
Learn Alternative Photography Processes Through The Ansel Adams Gallery Photography Workshops
Though photography has come a long way since it’s invention in the 1800’s, the early processes that first began this medium are more popular than ever. With many photographers spending their days in front of a computer rather than in the darkroom, the resurgence of those wanting a hand-process has picked up in recent years. Whether you shoot film or digitally, learning an alternative process is the perfect way to bring the handmade print back into your photography.
During our 2009 photography workshop season, The Ansel Adams Gallery is offering four workshops that will allow you to learn the craft of an alternative process, including carbon printing, platinum/palladium printing and wet plate collodion.
For further information and to register for one of our workshops, please visit the following links:
Wet Plate Collodion with Kerik Kouklis - April 10-12, 2009
HOTEL DEADLINE FEBRUARY 20
Carbon Printing Workshop with Vaughn Hutchins - April 14-18, 2009
HOTEL DEADLINE FEBRUARY 26
Landscape Alchemy: Platinum Printing in Yosemite Valley with Scott Davis - August 12-16, 2009
Platinum/Palladium and Gum Bichromate with Kerik Kouklis - November 12-15, 2009
For further information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.