Brian and Jane from Brass and Glass Photographic Alchemy are coming to Inverlochy to teach this exciting, introductory workshop. You will see the magic of silver and light combining to create a 19th century tintype. Beginning with a short presentation into the process, you will then have the opportunity to craft your own portrait tintype. With care, your priceless heirloom photograph will last for decades without fading or changing colour.
Tintypes are created in an authentic bellows camera, processed under red light in a darkroom, then washed, dried and varnished.
All materials provided. This is the second workshop running on Sunday 18th October, the first will run in the morning from 9am to 12pm.
Inverlochy Art School, in central Wellington, offers a range of high quality casual art classes taught by a friendly and welcoming community of enthusiastic and talented practicing artists.