Gold Street Studios Workshops & Gallery, located in Victoria, Australia, has the following one-day workshops coming up…
On June 29th, the Kallitype workshop will introduce students this process, often referred to as the “poor man’s platinum print” due to its long tonal range, warm brown to blue black color range, and affordability. Please click here for more information.
On June 30th, the Van Dyke Brown workshop will show participants how to create warm brown contact prints using this process, developed in 1895. Please click here for full details.
On July 1st, students will learn about a modern processed called Argyrotype, which was developed by Mike Ware in 1996. It employs an unusual salt – silver sulphamate – and provides a superior tonal gradation. Please click here for more information on the process, Mike Ware, and the workshop.
Photo credit: Mike Ware