Terry King has asked me to let people on the list know about his new
series of workshops at his studio in Richmond, Surrey, UK - here is the
"The Wedgwood to Bromoil course
of seventeen-day day
workshops gives hands-on experience of printing processes since 1804
asphaltum, salt, Daguerreotypes, stereo, (both with David Burder who
Book of Records credits with having made the largest Daguerreotype),
copper plate gravure, gum, bromoil, the cyanotype rex and the
In one year
eight of the twelve professional printers in the Ilford calendar had
Wedgwood to Bromoil as well as the finest amateur printers and
will be on Thursdays or Fridays starting in February 2010 at a cost of
for all seventeen workshops. Further details with pictures using the
are at www.hands-on-pictures.com."
He is also running some Bromoil workshops
in Japan in January 2010.
Terry has been running workshops since
1982 (I helped on some of the early ones) and you can see many
examples of his prints on the web site, along with some of his poetry.
Peter Marshall - Photographer, Writer: NUJ
My London Diary http://mylondondiary.co.uk/
London's Industrial Heritage: http://petermarshallphotos.co.uk/
The Buildings of London etc: http://londonphotographs.co.uk/