We have now filled our week long ambrotype, tintype and dry plate collodion negative workshop at Fox Talbot Museum this July. There are two other workshops at Lacock Abbey this summer that still have room as of today, but space is limited and won't last long.
We have two places in the special 1839 Workshop that includes early daguerreotype (mercury developed) Talbot photogenic drawing process and Bayard direct positive prints. There are also four places in the ambrotype & tintype workshop. Great workshops in an amazing place.
Contact me directly for more information and to reserve your place in one or more of these workshops.
Mark Osterman. Mosterman@geh.org