Alternative Process Photography by New York Fine Art Photographer Jill EnfieldWhether you are a beginner or want to brush up on a technique, you will leave the workshop with confidence to continue working on your own. If you would like a private class or you have a few friends you want to come with, e-mail me with dates you are interested in and I will get back to you within a few days to let you know if those days work for me.
Weekdays or weekends are fine. Private tutoring or a group of 3 to 4 students – your choice. If you are bringing negatives with you, please have them be no larger than 10 x 10. Remember this is a learning situation and bigger is not always better!
If you are traveling and don’t want to carry a lot of supplies with you, there is a very nice art supply store not far from my studio. They will need to know ahead of time to make sure the papers are in stock, but the prices are competitive and they are willing to order what you need. We can talk or e-mail to make sure you will have everything necessary to work. You can also ship a box back home, or pack it up to carry.
Unless otherwise stated, students will learn how to mix chemicals from scratch, store and dispose of the chemicals safely. All workshops are limited to 4 students.
Click on the links to learn more about each workshop:
Wet plate collodion tintypes and or ambrotypes
Modern Dry plate tintypes
Van Dyke Brown
Platinum and or Palladium