The digital darkroom has revolutionized the way artists can approach alternative and traditional photographic processes. Melding 19th and 21st century conventions is easier than ever when computer editability can be implemented directly inside a darkroom. In this two day workshop students will learn the fundamentals of digital negatives utilizing a simple and user friendly technique. During this intensive introductory workshop, we will determine how to properly set up your digital darkroom and work extensively on obtaining the perfect negative(s) for a singular process. Determining densities and color filtration will be covered extensively. This singular technique can be applied to gum bichromate, kallitype, cyanotype, platinum, palladium, albumen, salt, silver gelatin, VanDyke, gravure and many other processes. During this class, demonstrations will be made with negatives created for silver gelatin printing.
About Morgan Post
Morgan Post earned his MFA from Utah State University and has worked extensively as a fine art and commercial photographer in both Los Angeles and New York. He has taught alternative process techniques extensively at workshop programs and universities. To learn more about Morgan please visit www.morganpoststudio.com.
August 6-7 | 9 am – 5 pm
Tuition: $380 / CPW members: $350 (includes $40 non-refundable registration fee)
Materials Fee $60 (included in price below)