„ LEARN from the SCRATCH “. . . Also for absolute beginners
With this workshop we dive into the wonderful world of Frederic Scott Archer when he invented the so called "Wet Plate Process" in 1851 that replaced the 1st photographic process, the Daguerreotype.Together we experience the secrets and revive this fascinating and almost forgotten photography.Cutting & grinding the glass, mixing and than using the solutions for this awesome alchemistic process and working with antique wooden plate cameras, our way takes us to what I call " Magic Moments " , when a wonderful and unique one of a kind portrait photography on glass appears in front of our eyes. The Ambrotype.
- 2-Day Intensive Workshop - 8/9 hours per day, 10:30 until 19:30, 1 hour Lunch Pause- at our Berlin Kreuzberg Studio / Henrik Brahe Studio Copenhagen- 3-6 Participants- €.420,- / outside Berlin €. 605,-- incl. Material- incl. Soft-Drinks & Snacks What You Need: . . . Old Clothes that may get dirtyWhat You Don´t Need: . . . Photographic Knowledge= also for absolute Beginners ! ! !
The Workshop takes place on Saturday and Sunday