Penumbra Foundation, located in New York City, has a slew up workshops coming up in the next few weeks… Check out below for details…
Starting on March 16th, Seven Weeks of Wet Plate is an immersive class where participants will learn how to coat, sensitize, expose, develop, fix, and varnish their own tintypes, ambrotypes, and glass negatives. They will also learn how to create their own wet plate darkrooms and print existing images onto plates using an enlarger. Click here for more info.
In Wet Plate Printing: Enlarging Onto Glass & Tin, a two-day workshop offered on March 18th & 19th, students will learn how to transform existing images into tintypes, opalotypes, and ambrotypes by using positive transparencies and an enlarger. Please click here for details.
A one-day Camera Obscura workshop on March 19th will explore the history, theory, and practice of camera obscura. Students will get hands-on experience and learn how to transform any space into a camera obscura. Click here for details.
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