Wet Plate Workshop w/ Center for Alternative and Historic Processes
as part of the f295 Symposium schedule of events!

One Day Wet Plate Workshop with CFAAHP
Instructor: The Center for Alternative and Historic Processes

Learn the 19th Century Technique of Wet Plate Collodion in this one day workshop. We will discuss the differences between ambrotypes (glass positives), glass negatives and tintypes (positives on tin). Students will learn ‘hands on’ how to make a wet plate image using a reproduction camera and original brass lens. The history of the process will be covered as well as a brief description of the chemistry used.

All materials (cameras, chemicals and glass/tin) will be supplied. Limited to 10 students.

Location: Pittsburgh, PA (more info to come!)
Date: 28 April 2007
Time: TBA
Cost: $250
Registration: patty@cfaahp.org, phone: (917) 406-5638 or check http://www.cfaahp.org for upcoming details