Dry Plate Photography is Back!

 Dry Plate Photography was developed in the second half of 19th Century as a safer more transportable alternative to Wet Plate Photography. Because of that it became popular in the late 19th and early 20th centuries and was used for a wide range of applications, including portraiture, landscape photography, and scientific photography. It remained the dominant photographic process until the introduction of roll film in the early 20th century. The process survived on through the 20th century until now because it enchants you with its unique aesthetic qualities, its ability to capture depth and dimension, its softness and subtlety, and its historical significance.

As a photography enthusiast, I know that the process of creating your own images using traditional techniques can be both rewarding and fulfilling. That’s why I would like to share my experience and passion from hand coating thousands and thousands of Dry Plates so far.

This workshop is designed to cater to your specific needs and interests. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced photographer, you’ll benefit from personalized instruction and guidance from myself personaly. I will provide all the necessary materials and equipment for the workshop, so all you need to bring is your curiosity and enthusiasm for Dry Plate Photography & with my help you will leave with fresh knowledge and beautiful Glass/Tintype Plates. As this is a private workshop, the number of attendees is limited to 2 persons, ensuring that you’ll receive personalized attention and support.

To secure your place at the workshop, please get in touch thru phone or email. I’ll also need to know your level of experience in Dry Plate Photography, so that I can tailor the workshop to your needs.

If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact me. I look forward to sharing this unique experience with you!

*LOCATION? Zebra Headquarters, 5min drive from Ljubljana the capital city of Slovenia

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Private Dry Plate Workshop​

2- Day Private Workshop for 1-2 persons​

599-799
  • Making Glass & Tintype Dry Plates from start to finish​
  • How to use and work with Dry Plates from exposure to processing​
  • Making Glass & Tintype Positives!
  • 20+ Page Notes including all the Recipes & Procedures​
  • All Materials and Equipment included​

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