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Platinum / Palladium Workshop

A unique opportunity to spend five full days learning the Platinum/Palladium Printing Process with one of todays' foremost Platinum/Palladium Printers, David Michael Kennedy. This workshop is limited to one student at a time, You will live and work at David's home/studio in the small village of El Rito, New Mexico, north of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Each day will be spent working with David in his darkroom, where you will make your own enlarged negatives and print your own work. This is a hands-on intensive workshop, designed so that you leave with a good working knowledge of the process and a foundation that will allow you to return home and continue to work within the process.

You must have negatives or digital files to work with before you come to New Mexico. David works with enlarged negatives so your original negatives/files can be any format and you will learn how to make enlarged digital or analogue negatives for final contact printing.

A portfolio and personal phone conversation with David are required for admission.  This is a year round workshop sponsored by The Santa Fe Photographic Workshop, and Hasselblad Cameras.

Interested? Click here to go to David's web site and fill out his form. Be sure to include your name, email address, and phone number, or call David at 505.660.3312.

Bless the Children, Elders, Ancestors and Future Generations. We are All in this Together Aho Kola, Hokaheya

David Michael Kennedy

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Dan Burkholder Workshops:

Customized Individual Workshops by Carl Weese, co-author of The New Platinum Print and Contributing Editor to PHOTO Techniques magazine.

Individual photography workshops with Carl Weese are available year-round at Carl's facilities in the Litchfield hills of western Connecticut. Workshops can concentrate on platinum/palladium printing, view camera technique in the field and in the darkroom (including oversize banquet camera work), or the use of pyro developers to create and then print with dual-purpose negatives.  Each workshop is individually tailored to the needs of the student and can run anywhere from a single day to a full week.  For prices and other details or to design a custom workshop, contact Carl at (203) 263-5853, or use Carl Weese's website:

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