Gallery of Photography – Wet Plate Collodion Photography Workshop

Gallery of Photography – Wet Plate Collodion Photography Workshop

Gallery of Photography, Sunday 19th May 2019

This intensive one day workshop led by experienced wet collodionist Monika Fabijanczyk gets you preparing plates, making exposures, developing, and varnishing your own wet collodion plates. Ideal for any photographer who wants to try something new – you can achieve results you will be proud of, and of course, you get to keep your work.

Everything is supplied, including 5 x 4 cameras, lights, all the chemistry, clear glass, black glass and metal plates. Bring a steady hand and be prepared to fall in love with this most bewitching of processes!

Monika Fabijanczyk is a photographer and an architect, based in County Wicklow. Her country of origin is Poland. She studied photography at the NCAD and has exhibited in Ireland and in the UK. Monika works with analogue equipment, film and the 19th century photographic processes, creating labour intensive, hand crafted photographs. She specialises in the wet plate collodion technique, producing one of a kind images on glass and metal plates. She is a historical photography tutor in the Gallery of Photography and in Belfast Exposed, Belfast.

Booking Information
Phone: +353 1 671 4654.

€135 Gallery Members | €145 non members.

Sunday 19th May 2019
11.00am - 5.00pm
€135 | €145
Gallery of Photography Ireland, Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland

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