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1 year ago
dunniway
Please note: I cancelled my Yosemite Workshop this coming October 17-20, 2013. On the same note. I have retired from teaching the wet plate collodion process as of now. I do have one more commitment and that is the Winter Collodion 'process workshop' January 18-19, 2014 in Corona, Ca. $450 no lab fees After this, I will accept special 'field' group workshops and special assignments incl
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1 year ago
dunniway
http://collodion-artist.com/workshops-and-events/schedule-of-events/]For current list: / Winter/Spring Collodion Workshop March 9-10,2013 • Collodion Photography Corona, California. $450 2 spaces left-1/29/13 FULL. Monument Valley, AZ field Collodion Workshop May 17-20, 2013• Collodion Photography Monument Valley, Navaho Nation, AZ. $950 Photographer Formulary COLLODION late Sum
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2 years ago
dunniway
Greetings. The wet plate collodion process master, Will Dunniway is wrapping up his 2012 season. He has listed what is left of his 2012 season with the following workshops. Many consider his workshops as the 'best' for this process for beginners and experienced in this process. There is limited space. Inquire and send your deposit soon to hold your place in his very informative sessions that will
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2 years ago
dunniway
Do you know about our workshops in Montana? Every summer, at The Photographer Formulary presents week long workshops. This summer we are proud to host a workshop that is led by a well-known expert in the field, 23 year veteran west coast Collodion artist, Will Dunniway. Will teaches the Wet Plate Collodion Process as part of the Alternative Photographic Processes Workshops here in Montana. Th
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2 years ago
dunniway
Sean. Over the top good.
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3 years ago
dunniway
See web page for details: Will Dunniway & Friends Collodion ‘Dirty Hand’ Workshop -*Alabama Hills at the Mount Whitney Portal, Lone Pine, CA October 27-30, 2011 This is a totally new location. Stunning rock formations in every direction. A collodion photographers dream landscape location. It is where most the Hollywood westerns were filmed, like the Lone Ranger, many John Wayne epics,
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3 years ago
dunniway
All the lenses have sold, HBH,L. Chapman, C. Usener and a Willard made by C. Usener.
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3 years ago
dunniway
SOLD 2/28/11
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3 years ago
dunniway
OK, My bottom dollar is $895 plus shipping and insurance. Paypal: willdunniway@collodion-artist.com or check with email confirmation. Will Dunniway 2188 Turnberry Lane Corona, CA 92881-7439 951-264-9839 Cell will@dunniway.com
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3 years ago
dunniway
I had another go at the hospital with heart issues again, this time they admitting me for a 24 hour battery of tests. Back tonight, false alarm. I am behind in replies. Maybe by tomorrow Paul. Focal length is 8 "
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3 years ago
dunniway
HBH lens 5709 I have a cherry 1858 NY made '1/2 plate' HBH lens #5709, uncut and with radial drive flange and new made lens cover on original hood. Image with clip the edges to a 5x7 plate image. Glass is in very good condition with some minor light cleaning marks. I tested this and it is brilliant. Flange dia: 3 3/4". Lens with hood 6" tall. Barrel is 2 5/8". The 'Levi Chapman' half pla
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3 years ago
dunniway
Regarding my Wet Plate Collodion SPRING Workshop in Corona, California. It has been rescheduled to; March 19-20, 2011 The basic wet plate collodion course description: Students will learn the making of ambrotypes (glass direct positives) and tintypes. (Ferrotypes, tin plate direct positives) Students are guided through the process step-by-step from the mixing, pouring, exposing and de
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3 years ago
dunniway
Ty. Can you send me a few larger images of this cart with some details for my contemporary darkroom study?
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3 years ago
dunniway
Milan Zahorcak quoted here on Projector lenses "...Stops have nothing to do with it and aside from years of handling - there is no instant identification - except where there is and then it's obvious. Optically there are small differences - optimized for short rear focus - remember what they do and where the image comes from - but those are a long story. Most projector lenses are small, r
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3 years ago
dunniway
Yes, these will work quite well with Ray's camera on an 8x10 plate. They are a great combo of soft and sharp focus capabilities. This is never and option with these old lenses. Unique pair.
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3 years ago
dunniway
OK. I am going to re-list these two lenses for less than $300 each. Two 8x10 petzval's for this price is a bargain pards. I am going to post them on Ebay soon. Last call $598 for the lot
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3 years ago
dunniway
Just email me these images posted here. I will keep you posted when I put the Luminous Lint exhibition together. My Mother is in the process of dying (1-3 months) so life took a quick turn on me. I will finish it sooner than later. Thank email: silverandsun@mac.com
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3 years ago
dunniway
D. Geraths (and other wet plate photographers) I really like your portable set up. Thanks for sharing. Here is something you might like to participate in? I am doing a contemporary portfolio at the Luminous Lint site along with my Indian portfolio. I talked with Alan Griffin, the Luminous Lint site creator about this and he liked the idea. He would like to start with color contemporary views
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3 years ago
dunniway
Darlot and EA (probably made by Gasc Charconnet) cut petzval portrait lenses 1) 8x10 portrait 'tricked out' (period converted) Darlot and EA (probably made by Gasc Charconnet) cut petzval portrait lenses with a two barrel complete assembles. Both complete with flanges (new made flange on Darlot), hood and rack and pinion focus. Here is the deal. Kinda of complicated. One barrel has a fros
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3 years ago
dunniway
KCN fixer can be used over and over, say up to about 70, 5x7 plates or 40, 8x10 plates. Just keep it in the tank and use as needed, or if this is not a sealed tank, pour it into another PLASTIC (non food) bottle marked 'used fixer. KCN - 10% - POISON' Once this fixer takes longer and longer to fix. simply dispose of and use a new mix. Remember that KCN fixer as used in collodion photography is
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4 years ago
dunniway
Really, really good portrait Ray... of Petunia Louise. You look great too. Seriously, this is a keeper.
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4 years ago
dunniway
Greetings. As my workshop season comes to an end this October, so does my price structure. The $325 tuition fee has been the same since 2006. As of 2011 the cost for my wet plate collodion process workshops will increase to $425. This includes everything from lunches, color manual and lab fees. Enroll now and save a few bucks in 2011. October 9-10, 2010 • Corona, California - Summer Wet Pl
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4 years ago
dunniway
Last call: June 5-6, 2010 • Corona, California - Summer Wet Plate Collodion Workshop Now only $300 The basic wet plate collodion course description: Students will learn the making of ambrotypes (glass direct positives) and tintypes. (Ferrotypes, tin plate direct positives) Students are guided through the process step-by-step from the mixing, pouring, exposing and development of plates p
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4 years ago
dunniway
Due to an unforeseen family obligation, I am rescheduling my Summer Collodion Workshop. Below is the new date. June 5-6, 2010 • Corona, California - Summer Wet Plate Collodion Workshop • Collodion Photography The cost of the workshop is $350. A $100 deposit check (refundable in some cases) required to hold your place. After this deposit, you will owe $250. This is paid at the time of
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4 years ago
dunniway
I had ONE cancellation. Therefore I have one opening. Please inquire: ANNOUNCING: May 6-9, 2010. Yosemite National Park, CA- Will Dunniway's 2nd Annual 'Dirty Hand' Tour of Yosemite Valley. Collodion process practiced. The course fee donation is $600 ($200 deposit required to hold your place).*A large 3350 sq ft lodge has been reserved in the Redwood* Vacation homes, Wawona area
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4 years ago
dunniway
Pards. I have been using Larry Linville of the 3L Machine Shop in Lebanon, Oregon. He is an older man that uses the older tools. The real deal. Price for flanges generally under $100. Size makes a difference. 3L Machine Shop Larry Linville 37635 River Drive Lebanon OR 97355-8900 (541) 258-6602 Email: 3lmach@comcast.net Expert machinist for lens flanges, focusing knobs, etc. Works close
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4 years ago
dunniway
FULL May 6-9, 2010. Yosemite National Park, CA - Will Dunniway & Friends 'Dirty Hands' Tour of the Yosemite Valley. Collodion process practiced. Plan now for 2011. Thanks to all that have had in interest in this event. Planning a field workshop in the Fall of 2010 in the Joshua Trees National Monument and a Alternative Process Cruise in 2011 to Mexico. Many stellar teachers aboard. Standby>
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5 years ago
dunniway
2010 Workshop Schedule of Events for Will Dunniway & Company A $100 deposit check (refundable in some cases) required to hold your place. January 23-24, 2010 Corona, California - Winter Wet Plate Collodion Workshop • Collodion Photography $350 March 6-7, 2010 Corona, California - Spring Wet Plate Collodion Workshop • Collodion Photography $350 May 6-9, 2010. Yosemite National Park,
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5 years ago
dunniway
LAST CALL: Regarding my October 17-18, 2009 - Fall Wet Plate Collodion Workshop in Corona, California I have 4 already signed with all deposits paid. This workshop is a go. I can take 6 students. So two openings are available. Below I hope is the information you will need to make a decision. Please feel free to call with any questions you might have. This is a beginners workshop. There is no
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