May 9-11, 2014 or October 17-19, 2014
Alternative Process Printing From Digital Negatives

You will learn to make photographs using the little known and almost forgotten 19th century kallitype process. The traditional Kallitype is one of the most interesting, variable, and beautiful printing processes ever devised. Until recently the process required a negative produced by a large format camera with film processed specifically to produce this photograph. Our approach is much more flexible and begins with a film negative, a print, or a digital image file. The image is processed via computer to produce a “curved adjusted” negative printed on very high quality transparency media.
You will begin with your image and use Adobe Photoshop (Registered Trademark) on your computer to adjust levels, brightness, and contrast to create a digital image suitable for kallitype. Then you will apply a digital “correction curve” to the image and create a negative suitable for printing. You will learn to prepare the print emulsion, developer, clear, and fix solutions. You will coat fine art paper with the kallitype sensitizer, determine the correct exposure for your image, print, & and process your photograph. You will evaluate your work and adjust your printing parameters (duration, develop, clear, print) to suit your photograph.

Friday – Meet & Greet and Familiarization with Facilities & Equipment
Saturday – Lecture & Practice
Lab Procedures & Safety, Chemistry, Papers, Supplies.
Making a Contact Sheet & Using it to select a negative to print
A procedure to create your work print
Photograph Printing - Refining your print technique
Sunday – Lecture & Practice
Photograph Printing - Refining your print technique
Print Toning, Bleach & Redevelopment
Monday – Practice & Wrap up
Photograph Printing & Print Toning
What to Bring:
Notebook, pen/pencil, Willingness to learn, Patience
A more specific list of all equipment and materials needed will be sent to you via e-mail in advance of your course.

Be sure to specify which dates you would like to attend on this workshop.

Tuition includes housing, meals and lab supplies

Tuition: 495.00

Save up to 25% off tuition

An early registration by the 31st of March 2014 qualifies for a 15% discount on your workshop tuition.

**Register and attend two classes consecutively and receive one night of your B&B stay free also receive a 10%
Discount off the second weeks tuition

Enjoy our women’s retreats with Laura Blacklow and Jane Goffe. Renew yourself and restore your creativity. A spa is nearby and available for an extra cost.

Remember our bring a friend Discount 10% is available when you both sign up for the same workshop

Workshops in Montana
7079 Hwy 83 N
Condon MT 59826
(800) 922-5255 / 406-754-2891