Seven Weeks of Wet Plate with Sam Dole - March 23-May 4, 2017

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Seven Weeks of Wet Plate with Sam Dole - March 23-May 4, 2017

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March 23-May 4, 2017


THURSDAY EVENINGS
6:30-9:30 PM

 

 

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Wet plate collodion was the leading method of photography during the 1850’s and 1860’s. This six-week course is designed for students who want to learn the techniques behind the wet plate collodion process, as well as those who strive to develop a body of work in this unique process.  The wet plate process is most commonly known in its three forms – tintypes (positives on tin), ambrotypes (positives on glass), and glass negatives (negatives on glass).

Students will learn how to hand coat their own plates, create and expose images, developing, fixing and varnishing. Students also learn proper handling, safety, and mixing of chemistry for the process, how to build their own darkroom and modify a camera, and how to print pre-existing imagery on to plates using an enlarger.

Class critiques will be held to learn how to talk about your work while materials including cameras, enlargers, chemicals, glass and metal will be supplied.

 

 

SAM DOLE earned his BFA in photography from School of Visual Arts where he received the Rhodes Award for Outstanding Achievement. Sam has been an intern and workshop assistant at CAP, studied 19th C photography with noted photo historian Matthew Isenburg and has attended workshops conducted by John Coffer at Camp Tintype in Dundee, NY where he was honed his technique with wet plate legends Will Dunniway and Claude Levet. Sam’s work has appeared in Shutterbug Magazine and the SVA Visual Arts Journal and exhibited in the 2012 SVA Mentors Show as well as first prize winner at the 2012 Soho Photo Gallery Alternative Process Show. samueldole.com

Feature Image © Sam Dole