Carbon Print Process is one of the most beautiful processes ever invented. It’s superior to all other printing processes in it’s tonality and archival quality. On top of that it’s also rather cheap process. The only problem that it has is that is extremely slow process. It will take two days to make a several prints from scratch. We will make prints on fixed out photo-paper and we will make also carbon print on glass. Because this process is very slow, I’m limiting this workshop to a small group of four participants.
Two day basic carbon printing workshop.
Na žago 4, Straža pri Novem mestu, Slovenia (45°47’07.1″N 15°04’35.4″E – Google maps)
20th and 21st of May 2019. We start the day at 9:33 and end the day at about 19:03
This is a basic course, going easy to follow step by step, so no previous knowledge is required.
Two day workshop costs 300 EUR and that includes all material cost and detailed hand out notes with all the steps and receipts. It does not include food and accommodation.
The workshop is limited for four participants and you get your place by paying the reservation of 100 EUR. The reservation fee is 90% refundable three weeks before the workshop. The rest you pay at the start of the workshop.
DISCOUNT FOR TAKING TWO WORKSHOPS
If you would want to participate the wet plate collodion workshop (link) and the carbon printing process workshop, you get a discount of 150 EUR on the price for two workshops. So the price for five day workshop with discount is 700 EUR.
Please email me for reservations and more information email@example.com
- Introduction to the processes and reviving some examples
- Safety measures during work
- Preparation of glop, the pigmented gelatine
- Pouring the pigmented gelatine and making carbon tissues on temporary support
- Drying the tissues
- Seizing paper for final support
- Sensitising preprepared tissues
- Exposing the preprepared and sensitised carbon tissue
- Making the first carbon print and getting familiar with all the steps of the process
- Sensitising the carbon tissues from the first day (tray and brush sensitising)
- Single transfer cabon printing process
- Seized paper as the final support
- Glass as a final support
- Learning how to manipulate contrast
- Final presentation and protection of the print
Each participant will receive notes with all the receipts and the most important points to remember.