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Return to the roots of photography with this intensive tintype workshop
If you’re tired of the digital rat race and are looking for a “new” way to shoot, try returning to the roots of photography in this intensive tintype workshop.
Tintype workshop instructor Nathan Lomas is fascinated by the ambiguities and tones that tintype photography creates and its contrast to today’s digital photography. Tintype pictures are a direct-positive photographic process (also referred to as wet plate collodion) that was prevalent from the 1850s to the 1880s. The end product is a one-of-a-kind image that will last a lifetime!
During the introduction evening, Nathan will talk about the history of tintype photography and show some examples of historic and contemporary tintypes. You will learn how the tintype process works and what to expect during the two days of intensive shooting.
This photography workshop will be divided into two shooting sessions, during which students will sign up for a 2-hour dedicated time slot to craft their images each day.
The first session will focus on creating still life images to become familiar with the antique process. Students are invited to bring objects and materials that they would like to use to create a personalized still life scene.
In the second session, students will have the chance to bring a small group of family or friends to create stunning tintype portraits in our studio.
Students will leave the tintype workshop with an understanding of the tintype process, and 12 unique 4×5″ tintypes!
$375 – Registration required
Additional time info:
Thursday, February 13, 7–8pm: Introduction evening
Saturday, February 15, 10am–4pm: Still-life session shooting tintypes. Each student signs up for a dedicated 2-hour time slot.
Sunday, February 16, 10am–4pm: Portrait session shooting tintypes. Each student signs up for a dedicated 2-hour time slot.
401 Miller Ave., Suite A, Mill Valley, CA 94941
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