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    Working with Wet Plate Collodion in the Studio - Summer 2024

    Another Individual

    FACULTY Daniel Carrillo
    DATE / TIME August 10 - 11, 2024 | Saturday - Sunday 12:30-5:30pm
    TUITION $425 (All materials included; Note, due to the special nature of materials required for this workshop, it is not eligible for discounts)
    Payment & Refund Policy
    Scholarship Opportunities
    FORMAT In-person at Daniel Carrillo's Studio, enrollment is limited to 6 students
    LEVEL Intermediate - Advanced
    PREREQS Photography I: B&W or equivalent experience in analog photography


    Whether you are curious about 19th century processes or interested in setting up your own laboratory for experimenting with ambrotypes, tintypes, and wet plate collodion, this workshop will familiarize you with the chemistry, equipment, and techniques for creating one of a kind images using these processes. Join noted photographer Daniel Carrillo at his studio in West Seattle to learn how to make expressive work from portraiture to still lifes using the wet plate process. Students will have an opportunity to create several plates over the course of the weekend using a large format camera. All materials are provided and cameras will be available for students to shoot throughout the workshop.

    Workshop will take place on-location at Daniel Carrillo's Studio in West Seattle; exact location details will be provided to registered participants.


    Images © Daniel Carrillo