Carbon Transfer Workshop at the Formulary

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  1. sanking

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    Please note that I will be teaching a workshop on carbon transfer printing this summer, June 27-July 2 at the Photographer’s Formulary in Condon, Montana. This is a 4.5 day workshop that will teach you everything to know about what many consider the aristocrat of all photographic printing processes. If you have never seen a well-made carbon transfer print you will be literally amazed at what you can do with this process. For more information about the workshop go to http://www.photoformulary.com/DesktopDefault.aspx?tabindex=3&tabid=10

    For people on the east coast who might not be able to travel to Montana I will mention that I have agreed in principle to lead a workshop on carbon transfer for Project Basho in Philadelphia in late fall of this year.

    Please contact me by PM if you have any specific questions about either of the workshops.

    Sandy King
     
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    If you take this workshop, you will be learning from one, if not the, most knowledgeable practitioners of this incredible process!
     
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    I suggest that those who can, do take this workshop. Sandy is a very good photographer and a very nice person who has a very relaxed and fine teaching presence. You will enjoy his class, his person and his portfolio.

    PE
     
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    Vaughn, PE,

    Thanks for the kind and generous comments. Much appreciated.

    Sandy King