Dates:
Apr 24, 2021 - Apr 24, 2021

Levels: Beginner, Intermediate,
Workshop Fee: $195
Class Size: 12 (max)

NOTE: This class will be held in a live, online format using the Zoom Platform.
Class meets 10am-4pm ET

Join Brenton for a day long exploration of the 1850’s Collodio Chloride process. Brenton will prepare this formula for your observation and coat it onto treated paper. This is a long scale, beautiful photographic process – you will learn to make your own photographic paper at the time of new technologies. Suitable for digital negatives or especially negatives made on glass. We’ll make silver salts and suspend them in a collodion binder – flowed onto paper. The beautiful papers, gloss surface and scale make this a special process. Simple, long lasting and a fundamental POP emulsion of early photography.

Students can participate if you have a suitable darkroom – or you can elect to observe Brenton’s live demo and collect notes. There will be robust and ample time for Q & A.

NOTE: Students who wish to practice these techniques at home during the virtual instruction should expect to make an additional purchase of Lab Materials (list provided by Brenton) for $175. 

Header image: ©Brenton Hamilton

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Instructor: Brenton Hamilton

Brenton holds his MFA in photography from the Savannah College of Art & Design. He is the Chair of the Professional Certificate in Visual Storytelling program at Maine Media College. His teaching specialties include, B&W Craft,  Historic Processes, and the History of Photography at MMC. Brenton is an enthusiastic workshop leader exhibiting special care and interest in the teaching process and for his students.