Digital Lith Workshop outline

Blackpool Sept 2011I am off tomorrow to hopefully finalize the venue and shoot locations for the Digital Lith Workshop based in Bridgnorth, Shropshire.

The date for the workshop is the 14-16th Feb 2014.

Would you like to master the secret of making wonderful elusive Digital Lith images from an acknowledged leader in the field?

The Workshop will give you the confidence to make your own digital Lith pictures in any photographic genre.

On the weekend Digital Lith Workshop I will share with you the powerful Lith skills and experience I have built up over the last eight years. The example above mimics a darkroom print made with Agfa Record Rapid paper toned with Selenium.

The outline workshop programme:

Friday evening – arrive late afternoon and have a relaxing dinner.

Saturday – Breakfast,  Photo shoot, lunch, Shoot, break, Tutorial & Demo, Dinner, Print Forum / Critique

Sunday – Breakfast, Photo shoot, lunch, Shoot, Tutorial & Demo. Review of the workshop

I will be putting the full details on my website hopefully by early next week before I go to Spain to do the recci for the FOTO Alpujarras Workshop planned for the 3rd week of April.

“Andy is one of the leading digital monochrome practitioners, and in particular, his pioneering work in developing a digital Lith workflow puts him at the forefront in reproducing the look and feel of this beautiful darkroom process”. Chris Mowthorpe ARPS

If you would like to add your name to the growing list of potential participants for the Digital Lith Workshop please email me now at info@andybeelfrps.co.uk to reserve a place.

The picture above was taken with IR capture and then processed in Lightroom and Silver Efex Pro 2.

Blackpool Sept 2011 originalLeft is the unprocessed original shot straight out of the IR converted camera. I only show this as a typical example of a low contrast IR original.

A big hello to all the new followers of my blog this week.

(c) Andy Beel FRPS 2013

http://www.andybeelfrps.co.uk

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