Platinum and Digital Negatives Workshop with Kim Weston

I will be once again teaching a making digital negatives class and platinum printing with Kim Weston. We taught this class last year and had a blast. The students made beautiful full tonal range prints very quickly, and learned how to calibrate and manage any alternative process.

We had time to explore the New Cyanotype method created by Mike Ware – a process that can yield a tonal range and subtlety of a platinum print – albeit in Prussian Blue.

The workshop takes place at Edward Weston’s house on Wildcat Hill. This place is so inspirational. The original darkroom remains. There are many examples of Kim’s work, Edward’s and others in the gallery and around the house. I always come away from a visit there charged up to tackle photography anew.

There are still spaces available in the class. Contact Gina Weston if you are interested.

I, of course, go for Gina’s phenomenal spaghetti dinner Saturday nite! One of the best kept secrets in Carmel.

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