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WET COLLODION IN THE STUDIO – WORKSHOPS FOR ALL INTERESTED IN 19TH-CENTURY PHOTOGRAPHIC SKILLSworkshop

WET COLLODION IN THE STUDIO – WORKSHOPS FOR ALL INTERESTED IN 19TH-CENTURY PHOTOGRAPHIC SKILLS

29.05.2014
Start: 09:00

LABLAB, ul. Ślusarska 9
MON-FRI: 10:00-18:00

The first comprehensive workshops of their kind covering the dawn of photography. The presentation Niepce's techniques and then daguerrotype will be an introduction to the wet collodion in three exceptional scenes, basic, street, and outdoor mammoth! With the use of a portable darkroom and confronting Roger Fenton's problems in the urban space and making 30x40 cm ambrotypes, we will learn what the collodion can do.
Moderators: Michał Sitkiewicz
Registration: michal@collodion.pl

FROM MOZI TO TALBOT. CAMERA OBSCURA AND THE BEGINNINGS OF PHOTOGRAPHY

29.05.2014
Start: 18:00

AMBASADA KRAKOWIAN, ul. Stolarska 6/9

Meeting organised by the Babel Images Foundation and devoted to the history of photography. The room where the meeting will be held will become a camera obscura. Its effects will be presented at the beginning of the meeting.

BETWEEN GUM DICHROMATE AND DIGITAL TECHNOLOGYtalk

BETWEEN GUM DICHROMATE AND DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY

29.05.2014
Start: 19:00

Bielec Dom Fotografii i Malarstwa, pl. Inwalidów 6
KRAKÓW

MON–FRI 11:00–18:00 | SAT 11:00–14:00

An author's meeting accompanying the exhibition Aleksander Mitka – Paleotica-Impositus. Over and above traditional painting techniques, Aleksander Mitka presents a rare and difficult photographic technique – gum dichromate. In the creation of images made using the gum he can include photographic, painting and drawing techniques.

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Stage-life-theatre

29.05.2014–01.06.2014
Opening: 29.05.2014, 19:00

BAL, ul. Ślusarska 9
Pn: 8:30–21:00, wt–pt: 8:30–22:00, sob: 9:00–22:00, nd: 9:00–21:00

The main objective of these images is to show the emotions prevailing on stage during a variety of performances and their interplay with the emotions of the viewers.We are going to invite professional photographers, as well as those who are involved in amateur photography to collaborate.