The workshop will take place at Bright Rooms, 11am – 5pm, Saturday 20th July
Please wear comfy old clothes, because the process is physically demanding and may also stain your clothes. (We’ll give you plastic aprons, but just in case).
Discovered in 1851 by Frederick Scott Archer, the Wet Plate Collodion process allowed the first glass negatives and the consequent reproduction of one same image on various albumen prints. With shorter exposure times and lower production costs, this process, was the most popular photographic technique between the 1850s and the 1880s. Learn how to print on glass and tin using this historically significant photographic process.