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    Winter 2011 Carbon Workshop taught by Jim Fitzgerald

    The Winter 2011 Carbon Workshop taught by Jim Fitzgerald and produced by Ironworkx will take place March the 10th through March the 13th



    http://ironworkx.net/carbon_workshop...kshop_page.htm
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    Re: Winter 2011 Carbon Workshop taught by Jim Fitzgerald

    Just to follow up on Gustavo's post. The workshop will be held in Santa Fe New Mexico. All of the information is on the link. Hope to see you there.


    Jim

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    Re: Winter 2011 Carbon Workshop taught by Jim Fitzgerald

    Sounds fantastic!

    I am not sure how flexible grad school will be this spring, but it sounds like a wonderfull opportunity, and something I could actually drive to.

    Super.

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    Re: Winter 2011 Carbon Workshop taught by Jim Fitzgerald

    J.E are you attending UNM ?
    818 632 2035 I am in Santa Fe
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    Re: Winter 2011 Carbon Workshop taught by Jim Fitzgerald

    Jim,

    Good luck with the workshop. Hope you get good turnout.

    Let me say that I own one of Jim's prints and I can vouch for the quality of his carbon transfer printing.

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    Re: Winter 2011 Carbon Workshop taught by Jim Fitzgerald

    For the record we can do paypal and have information on hotels !!
    my number is 818 632 2035
    P.S. I am in Santa Fe
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    Re: Winter 2011 Carbon Workshop taught by Jim Fitzgerald




    I saw this carbon transfer print on the wall of Tri's living room. What an exquisite image!!!

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    Re: Winter 2011 Carbon Workshop taught by Jim Fitzgerald

    [QUOTE=Hugo Zhang

    I saw this carbon transfer print on the wall of Tri's living room. What an exquisite image!!!

    Hugo[/QUOTE]

    Yes, that is one of Jim's prints that is hanging in my home. Definitely very, very nice.

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    Re: Winter 2011 Carbon Workshop taught by Jim Fitzgerald

    Quote Originally Posted by Gustavo View Post
    J.E are you attending UNM ?
    818 632 2035 I am in Santa Fe

    Gustavo,

    Yes. I'm in the Water Resources program. LF has been my passion, but working with water pays the bills.

    Recently I have been attempting Van Dyke Brown prints. I shoot 4x5 so they are tiny, but it is really fun. I have had mixed success, and it has been a lot of trial and error (heavy on the error side ) but I have begun to love the alt processes. Carbon transfer is probably my next jump as it is close to pt/pd but much more financially (for me) viable, with an eventual move to 8x10.

    The big hurdle for me is time. Full time grad school, full time work, and full time family (two girls under 3 and a saint of a wife) hardly leaves me time in my own darkroom.

    However, I feel that I am at the stage where I need to learn more from others. I have trial and errored myself to this point (with the treasures of knowledge in this forum!) and feel I need an additional push. I see workshops as that nudge, and hope you guys have success with the carbon transfer workshop, I'd love to be there!


    Kind regards,

    -J.B.
    Last edited by J. E. Brown; 29-Dec-2010 at 10:07. Reason: Clarity

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    Re: Winter 2011 Carbon Workshop taught by Jim Fitzgerald

    Sunrise springs is offering a discount rate of $119.00 for casitas they can accommodate 2 or 3 people per casita their web site is http://sunrisesprings.com/
    and we can do pick up to and from workshop .
    Make sure you let them know that you are in the carbon workshop!!
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