Collodion Printing Paper Workshop
Are you sad that Centennial gelatin chloride POP isn't made any more? No
problem, collodion chloride printing out paper is printed, processed and
toned the same way. The best part is that the final image is a hundred times
more stable than any silver gelatin paper. Learn how to make the collodion
emulsion and coat your own paper at the first public workshop ever offered
on this amazing process. The class, taught by Mark Osterman, includes
history, theory and inspection of vintage collodion prints. March 14th-16th
at George Eastman House, International Museum of Photography and Film,
For more information about this and other unusual workshops see
Here is a print from one of Mark Osterman's 8x10 negatives using this paper.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 02/10/2011 10:48PM by RobertSzabo.