Wet Plate Collodion Shooting Add On
Join Lisa Elmaleh and a small group for some quality shooting time. You can use DCP’s cameras and tripods or bring your own if you have the gear. Lisa will have her custom outfitted truck with chemistry set up. You’ll meet on location somewhere within a few miles of DCP. Details will be provided a few days before the workshop.
This is an opportunity to use the basic wet plate skills you learned in the intro workshop. If you’ve learned your basics elsewhere, we’ll put you in touch with Lisa to make sure this add-on day is a good fit for your level of experience.
- Cost per person is $150 early registration, $175 late registration.
- The fee includes materials and chemistry.
- You’ll need to have completed the Introduction to Wet Plate Photography workshop or have equivalent experience to participate.
- Workshop starts promptly at 1pm and ends at 5pm.
- Advance registration and payment is required.
- Maximum number of students is 6, minimum number to make a class is 4.
- This workshop is presented in collaboration with Penumbra Foundation.
Lisa Elmaleh’s work is an exploration of rural America. Using a portable darkroom in the trunk of her car, Elmaleh photographs using the nineteenth century wet collodion process. Elmaleh is a West Virginia based photographer and educator at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. She is a recipient of the Tierney Fellowship, the Everglades Artist Residency, the Camera Club of New York Darkroom Residency, and the Goldwell Artist Residency. She has been included in various group shows such as the 2008 New York Photofest (Powerhouse) and Landscape: Voyage (KMR Arts).