Another workshop as part of the f295 Symposium

Gum Rex
Instructor: Terry King, FRPS

Terry King’s approach gives control of colour and contrast in the gum process comparable to that obtained by the great workers at the time of the Photo Secession. Negatives can be on paper or film from digital or analogue originals. The process can work with both acrylics and watercolour. Rather than the very long exposures used by many people working in gum, exposures using Terry’s process can be as short as a few seconds.

Participants should plan to bring their own large negatives, but there will also be a selection of large negatives on hand for participants to experiment with. Each student will be given a manual to take home.

Location: Pittsburgh Filmmakers, Pittsburgh PA
Date: Saturday, 28 April 2007
Time: 10am - 4pm
Cost: $250
Registration: or phone: 412-681-5449 ext. 216

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