Experience this amazing early printing process popularized by Henry Fox Talbot
One day workshop , October 2015 date TBD
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This one day salt printing workshop is designed to give you a good working understanding of the process. We will spend our day looking at the history of salt printing, what papers are best, how to get a great exposure and how to finish the prints for longevity. Students will not need to bring any camera's, Virgil will provide students with negatives for making contact prints. If you have negatives that are conducive to salt printing please feel free to bring them, just bear in mind that we will only have contact frames to 11"x14".
For questions or to register, please email Virgil at firstname.lastname@example.org
Instructor Bio: Virgil Henle is a native of Louisville, KY where he earned his B.F.A. at the University of Louisville. He fell in love with photography after a friend gave him an old beat up camera as a gift for helping him move. Virgil first explored alternative processes during his undergraduate studies and taught himself the salt printing and albumen processes during that time. He is currently working with wet plate collodion process and wants to also work with the daguerreotype process some day. He received his M.F.A. at the University of Cincinnati.