Workshop: Glass-Plate Photography with Craig Tuffin

Museum of Brisbane
14 March 2015
With the help of photography expert Craig Tuffin, three lucky participants will spend the day learning the wet-plate collodion technique, a photographic process first introduced in 1851. Each member of the workshop receives their own informative manual, detailed individual instruction and will produce a number of tintypes to take home. Very few people have had the opportunity to experiment and embrace this old age technology, however the quality of the image produced through this method is far superior to that from a digital camera (or smart phone).

Workshops will take place at the Queensland College of Art Photography Studios with a maximum of three people each workshop.