Black and white printing also doesn’t have to be entirely monochromatic. There are several ways to add colour to black & white images. All kinds of techniques can be employed to build up atmosphere in a scene. Toners can be used singularly or in tandem for more advanced effects. The photographer who is prepared to experiment will find that it is possible to produce highly individual results.
This image of a pheasant was toned with thiocarbamide and then with gold.
A toning workshop will cover most aspects of the thiocarbamide process, which can produce a variety of tones. Selenium and gold toning will also be explored.
The workshops are run on a one-to-one basis to ensure individual attention.
Approximate times 10am to 6pm, with short breaks for food and refreshments.
£250 one day
£450 two days
Booking Deposit £75
Balance payable 2 weeks before course.
Address 69 Grafton Way (Basement), London W1T 6JD
Telephone 0207 636 1739