Alternative Process Photography by New York Fine Art Photographer Jill Enfield

Alternative Process Photography by New York Fine Art Photographer Jill Enfield

Fine Art Photographer

Penland School of Crafts: North Carolina
October 9–15, 2016

Alternative Process Photography by New York Fine Art Photographer Jill Enfield Workshop: Penland School of Crafts: North Carolina Date: October 9–15, 2016 http://penland.org/classes/classes_by_session.html


Maine Media Workshop: Rockport, Maine: Modern Day Dry Plate Tintypes
August 14-20, 2016

Alternative Process Photography by New York Fine Art Photographer Jill Enfield Workshop: Maine Media Workshop: Rockport, Maine: Modern Day Dry Plate Tintypes Date: August 14-20, 2016 https://www.mainemedia.edu/workshops/photography/modern-day-dry-plate-tintypes


PhotoSynthesis: Manchester, CT: Wet Plate Collodion Tintypes
April 30 – May 2, 2016

Alternative Process Photography by New York Fine Art Photographer Jill Enfield Workshop: PhotoSynthesis: Manchester, CT: Wet Plate Collodion Tintypes Date: April 30 – May 2, 2016 Description: Learn studio lighting, and in the field shooting. http://photosynthesisct.com/workshops


NordPhotography: Wet Plate Collodion and Albumen Printing
June 22–26, 2016

Alternative Process Photography by New York Fine Art Photographer Jill Enfield Workshop: NordPhotography: Wet plate collodion and Albumen printing Date: June 22–26, 2016 Description: Come to NORWAY - the light is great 23 hours a day. http://www.nordphotography.com/workshops/wet-plate-collodion-and-albumen-printing


Internships & Mentoring for Alternative Process Photography

Alternative Process Photography by New York Fine Art Photographer Jill Enfield Internships & Mentoring: College students looking for credit while on the job learning are welcome to contact me. If you are attending a school close by, we can work around our schedules and come up with a plan for how many days and what the job would entail. Thinking outside the box!! There is also a possibility if you are not so close: A student from Boston would come stay with us several weekends a semester and get his internship hours in that way. There is plenty of room, but we do have cats – so be aware of the animal situation. Internship duties take many forms from helping me in the darkroom, scanning and organizing,  sending work out, to helping me with my website and posting workshops. We would work together to make a realistic list of things that need to be done to make sure we are on the same page and can work together well. Working on a project that you would like to get advice with? Mentoring can be arranged. Several options are available in this digital age: you can come here, or we can meet on Skype – whatever works for both of us can be arranged. Prices vary depending on what you were interested in, but we would flush that out before we began. Contact me to get started. Alternative Process Photography by New York Fine Art Photographer Jill Enfield


Photographic Transfers Workshop

Alternative Process Photography by New York Fine Art Photographer Jill Enfield Transfers: Many students want to use their digital images as a jumping off point to move on to 3 dimensions or 2D that looks a little different than your average digital print. Utilizing many types of papers and materials, we can make single transfers, or multiple images on top of each other. We will talk before your workshop to make sure we are on the same page of what you want to learn and what materials are needed. Tuition:  2 day workshop: 9am – 5:30pm  1 hour for lunch  $650.00 Tuition for private class:  $650/ day


Modern Day Dry Plate Tintypes Photography Workshops

Alternative Process Photography by New York Fine Art Photographer Jill Enfield Modern Day Dry Plate Tintypes: Unlike wet plate tintypes where you need to have your darkroom with you, Dry plate can be prepared a month in advance and kept in a light tight box until needed. This workshop will take advantage of Rockloids AG Plus, liquid emulsion in a bottle so that students can start learning how to prepare their plates right away. Developer will be made from scratch so that you can learn how to make a gallon or just a pint, in order not to waste chemistry. Tintypes can be cut to any size so students can use holgas (2 ¼ x 2 ¼) up to 4 x 5 for in camera photography, or any size when using positive images in an enlarger. I have a few cameras that students can use, but I encourage you to bring your own equipment to practice with. Tri-pods are also needed. Tuition:  2 day workshop: 9am – 5:30pm  1 hour for lunch  $650.00 Tuition for private class:  $650/ day Alternative Process Photography by New York Fine Art Photographer Jill Enfield


Wet Plate Collodion Tintypes and/or Ambrotypes Photography Workshop

Alternative Process Photography by New York Fine Art Photographer Jill Enfield Wet plate collodion: Tintypes and/or ambrotypes: This is one of the most popular workshops at this time. Students will learn how to photograph inside with lights, outside, close to a darkroom or in the field using a portable darkroom. You will learn how to mix and store chemicals safely so that you will be able to do everything on your own once you return home. Students can also make contact prints with an enlarger using positive images. All chemicals, glass and tin will be provided. I have a few cameras that students can use, but I encourage you to bring your own equipment to practice with. Tri-pods are also needed. Tuition:  2 day workshop: 9am – 5:30pm  1 hour for lunch  $850.00 Tuition for private class:  $850/ day


Platinum and/or Palladium Printing Photography Workshop

Alternative Process Photography by New York Fine Art Photographer Jill Enfield Platinum and/or Palladium printing:  One of the most beautiful and expensive processes, platinum prints were brought into the public eye by the Pictorialist photographers. Platinum prints can range from a cool gray-black while Palladium prints usually range from warm black to very warm brown. Many people mix the two metals to cut the cost and change the tonal range to personal taste. This is a contact print process and you will need negatives the size you would like your final image to be.  Students will need to either bring negatives or materials for photograms or, combine a digital negative workshop with this one. Watercolor paper and brushes also need to be supplied by the student. There is a $200.00 chemical fee for Palladium and $350.00 for Platinum. Tuition:  2 day workshop: 9am – 5:30pm  1 hour for lunch  $850.00 Tuition for private class:  $850/ day


Van Dyke Brown Printing Photography Workshop

Alternative Process Photography by New York Fine Art Photographer Jill Enfield Van Dyke Brown Printing: This process is one of the simpler techniques and when done correctly, it can produce beautifully detailed brown prints. It is known as the “poor mans platinum/palladium print” because if done right, it can be difficult to tell which process it is! Students will learn how to tone their images using the same toners that are used with silver gelatin prints. This is a contact print process and you will need negatives the size you would like your final image to be.  Students will need to either bring negatives or materials for photograms or, combine a digital negative workshop with this one. Watercolor paper and brushes also need to be supplied by the student. VDBrown chemicals will be provided. Tuition:  2 day workshop: 9am – 5:30pm  1 hour for lunch  $650.00 Tuition for private class:  $650/ day


All Photographs Copyright ©1976–2015 Jill Enfield. All rights reserved. All rights reserved and all content, photographs, text and design appearing in this web site are protected under United States and international copyright laws. No photograph or video may be downloaded, transmitted, copied, used or reproduced in any form, without the written permission from Jill Enfield Photography.