2014 F295 Symposium Workshops and Registration!
Hi all - the 2014 F295 Symposium is now open for registration. We have the full workshop list on line and are working on finishing up the logistics on the last of our speakers.
Here are the workshops:
Albumen Printing with France Scully Osterman
Carbon Printing with Sandy King
Environmental Portraiture with Martha Casanave
Palladium Printing with Craig Barber
World of Inkjet Paper seminar with Freestyle Photographic
Canson's Fine Art Paper seminar with Canson
We'll be continually updating the website over the coming days with the rest of the conference schedule and information.
here's a link to all of our currently online information!
Looks like a wonderful symposium! I live about 45 minutes east of Pittsburgh, if any APUG friends are attending and want to meet up let me know.
Great Shawn! i look forward to meeting you. If there's a crew of Apug folks who want to meet up at the conference let me know.. or if you'd like a space to share work and talk on Saturday, I can probably find you an area to do so.
Thanks, Tom! I'm a pretty straight up silver gelatin guy but have thoughts of dabbling in Albumen for a specific project at some point and will surely take a workshop when that time comes.
Just for inspirational purposes, the day of lectures is utterly fantastic. I've taken workshops at three previous f295 Symposia and went to the lectures for two of them. Whether you want to try alt process stuff or not, there's lots to take away from them. Just the whole atmosphere is very creative and might easily spark something you never would have though of.
That said, I might not make it this time.
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This years Friday speakers present a marvelous gamut ranging from black and white documentary to imagined 19th century robots and crazy gum prints. Beth is right, the biggest thing people take away from the event is inspiration. The workshops educate a few dozen every year, but it's the lectures, discussion, and portfolio sharing that is truly inspirational!
Edward James Bateman
You can see short bios here: http://www.f295.org/2014/speakers/
and read previews of lectures here: http://www.f295.org/2014/lecture-previews/
Here's a short blog post on Martha Casanave's fantastic environmental portraiture workshop (film and digital shooters welcome!)
We have a new post on Craig Barber's wonderful Palladium workshop with images...
dodging and burning with contact printing? check it out!
FYI: we've added a three of blog posts about speakers Binh Danh, Bea Nettles, and Joseph Mills. More profiles and information will be added next week!
The carbon printing with Sandy King workshop is now sold out! We have spaces left in Albumen and Environmental Portraiture.. check it out!