Tim Rudman workshops
uk - ireland - usa - canada - australia 

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 "Look at it not for what it is, but for what else it is."
Minor White.

"Tim Rudman's Lith Printing Workshop will guide you in discovering how to bring the 'what else it is' out of your negatives via a special kind of technical craftsmanship through which your own artistry can find its personal highest expression. Just to be able to view Tim's lith portfolios in person is an inspiring experience of the 'what else it is'. His well-organized workshop is packed full of information and hands-on experience as he personally guides each individual participant to an exciting new dimension of photographic communication."
Diane Kaye  (USA)

 

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Are they any good?

'An absolutely superb introduction to toning and how to control it.'  M.B. UK


'A wonderful balance of learning, experimentation and fun'.  U.P. France


'The best workshop in the U.S! And maybe outside the U.S!!'   D.W. New York. USA   


'Career changing'   K. L.  California. USA


'The Lith workshop by Tim Rudman is one of the very best photography workshops. If you have a chance to read his books on photography or to see his photography works, do so! You'll be glad you did.   S.KM.  Washington. USA

 

'Open you eyes to the colourful world of Black & White'   J.G.  UK

'This is the best workshop I've ever attended. The workshop is full of useful information I'll use over and over.'   G.A. Oklahoma, USA


Seeing is believing ... !  D.M. NSW, Australia
 

'Overall, a wonderful hands-on experience!' T.S. Georgia, USA


Extremely valuable workshop ...will augment the ability of nearly all printing enthusiasts. A great eye opener.  M.L. NSW, Australia


Tim puts the fun back into printing!  J.S.  Victoria, Australia


Tim's mastery of the subject and friendly manner made the course a joy to attend. I left with a new world of possibilities to explore.  R.M.  QLD, Australia
 

'Tim is a master and has a very high intention to make sure that students acquire the skills and knowledge to take away and get started exploring and learning further on their own.'    Formulary student, USA

 

'Tim runs a delightful workshop focussing on learning in a fun, joyous manner. I couldn't help but catching his enthusiasm for lith printing and toning. He focusses on making sure that everyone in the class has a positive experience and gets what they need from his class.'  M.R. Texas, USA

 

The 2 day Lith printing course at Gold Street Studios with Tim Rudman in 2010 was awesome. Thank you Tim.   S.A.  QLD, Australia

 

'I thoroughly enjoyed the Lith Printing workshop 2007 at the Photographer's Formulary with Dr. Tim Rudman ! He is not only the "Master of Lith Printing", but an excellent and personable instructor as well. I would highly recommend this workshop to anyone who is contemplating attending !'  L.M. Utah, USA

 

'Thanks Tim - for all the knowledge - your sense of humor and your caring attitude towards everyone.'  C.B. Texas, USA

 

Tim Rudman will enrich your creative printing to a level that you never imagined could even exist!  S.B. Spain

 

'Tim's workshop was energetic, informative and fun. He is extremely giving of his time to each student and after the week has passed you come away with an incredible amount of knowledge. I loved every minute of it.'  S.D. Washington, USA  

 

'Tim, you are knowledgable, patient, positive and have a lovely sense of humor. Thank you.'  A.G. Arizona, USA

 

'GREAT, GREAT WORKSHOP !'  Z. K. Budapest, Hungary 

 

'This was an amazing week. You were so organised and generous with your time and knowledge ... The best organised presentation I have ever experienced on a photography workshop ... I think I got an amazing amount of personalised instruction for a workshop. Great value. I wish I had been there for both weeks.  R.F. Georgia, USA

 

'Beyond my expectations and it even exceeded my hopes.'  S.S.  Washington, USA 

 

'Move to Seattle - teach here permanently !!!'  A.P.  Seattle, USA

 

Very talented educator, wealth of information shared, great demeanor & sense of humor. S.S. 2008. Santa Fe, USA 

 

If you have any interest in lith printing then you should not miss taking a course with Tim Rudman, a phenomenal teacher with tremenous knowledge, who made learning so much fun.  M.H.  2008 . New Hampshire. USA

 

'I found your workshop to be beyond my expectations.  My processing has definitely improved. The course was well organized, with theory and practical application very well balanced.  I especially enjoyed the bleach/re-development and split toning.
Your passion and enthusiasm for your craft is very evident.  This combined with the right amount of humor and serious instruction makes for an amazingly instructional and enjoyable experience!  I highly recommend it to any one'.  K.H. 2008  California USA


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LONDON WORKSHOPS 2009 & 2010 -  These 3-day London workshops at Thames Valley University in 2009 & 2010 drew participants from all over England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Spain, Netherlands, Norway, France and Italy...

 

'Tim makes Lith Printing easy to understand and experiment with. It is a process that is great to explore creatively and achieves many stunning results that make black & white seem surprisingly limited!'  J.I. (Photo educator)

 

'For the darkroom traditionalist, enthusiast, amateur or professional this course was/is an inspiring re-aquaintance with a now rare skill set that deepens any photographer's (traditional or digital) repertoirs and enthusiasm'.   S.A. (Cambridge. Photo educator)

 

'I recommend this workshop: To a dedicated B&W lover it opens up a wonderful new experience in printing and interpreting his own photography.'   G. Z. F. (Italy)

 

'Tim showed fantastic enthusiasm, which is inspiring and infectious.' 

 

'Far from being complicated this was in fact a very liberating darkroom experience !'   S. G.

 

'If you are interested in Lith Printing at any level, Do The Course.'   M.M.

 

'Lithing on the edge!!'   G. J. (Wales. Photography Degree student)  

 

'You will never work and learn so much about Lith printing and toning, and have so much fun at the same time !'   S. B. (Barcelona. Spain)

 

'An excellent, well paced workshop that gives a concise introduction to Lith printing & toning.'  R. H.

 

'There is more to Lith than meets the eye. Thanks to Tim I now have another set of tools to help express my photography in a more controlled way and techniques that will open up my creativity.'  N. H. (Hampshire)

 

'A great hands-on workshop. I learned a lot about an amazing process.'   R. V - D. (London. Photography M.A. degree student)

 

'Detail taught at a speed that's accessible to all.'   N. B. (Scotland)

 

'This was a unique opportunity to learn from Tim Rudman - God of Lith Printing.   S. G.  (London)

 

'An eye opener'. E. R. (Netherlands)

 

'Tim has the technical, practical and aesthetic expertise to keep on inspring generation upon generation of emerging (lith) printers'. S. S. (London)

 

'Unbeatable value for money. Tim is a master of the subject'. M. B.

 

'Truely inspirational workshop - made me want to go home and carry on experimenting and perfect my results.'  N. S.

 

'Tim,  I've loved every minute of the workshop. Your teaching is clear and engaging and your example images are inspirational. Marcia, your organisational skills deserve a medal!'  A. J.

 

Bleach and lith redevelopment: 'The most fun I've ever had with the lights on!'  S. G.  (London)

 

 

 



 
 

About my workshops

I began teaching practical workshops by request around 1995 and have found them both enjoyable and rewarding. Successful workshops don't just happen. They require a combination of planning, experience, knowledge and a desire to share it - and the ability to teach. Being a good photographer or printer does not automatically make a good teacher.

 

The ethic behind all my books has been the sharing and dissemination of knowledge and skills. The scientific community (medicine) from which I came fostered this principle, rather than the secretive attitudes sometimes found elsewhere. My long involvement with post graduate education as a medical trainer and educator provided me with teaching skills that are invaluable in the workshop environment.

 

The emphasis in my workshops is on informality, co-operation and fun. Like children (aren't we all at heart?) we learn best when playing and so the learning value of 'playtime' is emphasised, along with risk-taking (what happens if ...?), being prepared to make mistakes ('There is rich learning in disaster'), and group sharing. There is a high return rate amongst my 'students' and it is always fun to renew these friendships year on year.

 

I will try to accommodate workshop requests whenever possible.

 



 
 

Workshops offered

I do not run a workshop programme, but requests to give workshops are accommodated where time and circumstances permit, so course availability changes accordingly.

Since 2011 I have been reducing my workshop schedule, but please contact me with your proposal if you have a request.
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UK 2014
2-day hands-on Toning workshops

1) April 5th - 6th Silverprint, London 

2) May 10th - 11th Silverprint, London

BOOKED OUT. More to come in summer. Waiting list open. Call  Soley or Anna at Silverprint (UK) 0207 620 0169. From outside UK +0044 207 620 0169 

The workshop will cover basic and not so basic techniques using selenium, odourless sepia, gold, iron blue, titanium and copper toners.
We will cover archival and aesthetic applications of toning, including the uses of false colours in printmaking.
Students will learn and practice full and split toning, selective, dual and triple toning and some associated colour intensification and solarization.

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UK 2013:
Ilford B&W printing Masterclass

Black & White Fine Printing with Tim Rudman.
'Further steps to realize your vision'
 BOOKED OUT

Leeds College of Art July 6th & 7th 2013
A 2 day practical hands-on printing workshop covering F-stop printing, split-grade printing, pre-flashing and fogging, contrast control, dodging and burning-in, printing with multiple contrast grades, print mapping, water bathing, local bleaching.  

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Montana 2011: The Photographers Formulary. Dates announced:
  BOOKED OUT

  • September 4th - 9th: Making and toning Lith prints from scratch 
  • September 11th - 16th: Making and toning Lith prints from scratch
  • September 18th - 23rd: Making and toning Lith prints from scratch
  • September 25th - 30th: Lith Printing – Continuing Personal Development: Alumni Groups

    Workshop & accommodation information and booking here (Posted Sept 2010 & already filling).
     

Course description ....
 

Making and toning Lith prints – from scratch  ....


This class is suitable for both newcomers to the process and established Lith printers, although some basic darkroom experience is required.  Board and lodging on site are included.

This is an opportunity to learn the delicate and beautiful art of Lith printing. This process has nothing to do with Lith negatives, line work or other graphics applications. Instead, it is a very creative and expressive form of interpretative printing using ‘normal’ negatives and black & white papers and may significantly expand your artistic and creative capabilities.

Lith Prints are typically very warm-toned prints with a unique combination of wonderfully subtle low contrast properties in the highlights, warm mid-tones, and high contrast colder tones in the shadows. However, it is an extremely flexible process and many variations may be wrought. Lith prints tone exceptionally well in selenium and gold toners.

Not all papers will Lith print well. Current and new materials will be explored - along with ways of making others do better!

Participants will learn the underlying principles of making a Lith print and then, step by step, how to take control of the process in order to predict outcome and explore its creative potential.
Single and multiple toning techniques will be practised together with some more advanced procedures, such as '2-bath' lith printing techniques, bleach-back and bleach and redevelopment using both 'normal' and Lith developers ('2nd pass Lith’).

By the end of the week you may be surprised, both by how well you have mastered the techniques, and by how differently you view your images.

The emphasis of these workshops will be on informality, co-operation and fun, and stressing the learning value of ‘playtime’, safe individual risk-taking and group sharing.
The darkrooms at ‘The Formulary’ are always open and after the day’s teaching is over there will be as much time as you want for ‘unstructured’ printing and processing through the evening and night!
We will pick up on any learning points from this work at the start of each day.
 

Lith Printing – Continuing Personal Development: Alumni Groups  ....


These alumni courses were set up at the request of Tim’s 2007 Lith printing workshop students, who wanted the opportunity to build on their new skills and take their personal development in Lith printing on to a new level with Tim’s supervision and guidance. The first 2 of these new style courses were held in 2008 and were very popular.

This course is open to anyone who has attended one of Tim's 5 day Lith printing courses before at any time and dispenses with teaching the basics, in favour of personal supervision into whatever direction the student wishes.

The usual structured illustrated theory input sessions and plenary discussion groups during the day will be replaced with one-on-one consultation time alongside self directed free-flowing printing, toning and bleach/redevelopment on demand throughout the course. All three processing rooms will be available at all times, so students can move between darkroom and light-room processes at will. There will be ample time each evening for plenary group discussion to share the day’s work and for portfolio reviews.

Specific teaching requests will be accommodated as far as possible, either on an individual basis or in ad hoc groups at the request of those present and a wish-list portfolio is being assembled by group email discussion, in which any prospective alumni are welcome to participate. Refresher tutorials will be available as requested.

Board and lodging on site are included and the darkrooms and light-rooms are open around the clock!

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Australia 2010 details below

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2 More London workshops 2010: Accommodation available. Private group dinners for those who wish to attend

  1. As the August & November 2009 workshops at TVU (see below) were oversubscribed a repeat is being arranged for 6th. 7th & 8th April 2010.   Fuller details as 2009, details further below on this page.
     
  2. ALSO - 3-day 'Advanced Lith printing' workshops at the same venue. Strictly for anyone who has been on my TVU lith workshop. This will cover 'Second Pass Lith'  (bleach & redevelopment processes), 2-bath lith & etc, and toning.      

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  • AUSTRALIA workshop series October 2010 at Gold Street Studios nr. Melbourne. Details here 
    Booked out

    • October 14th (Thurs): A Day at the Bleach  BOOKED OUT  

      This one day informal workshop  will explore many of the invaluable uses of photographic bleaches for the monochrome print worker  The workshop will be in daylight/room light conditions using students own prints.
      Each session will consist of theory input, practical demonstration and hands on playtime for all.
      We will explore

      Many of these techniques are under used or misunderstood. They can be used to give a second life to a print and to lift a good or modest print to a fine print. No black and white darkroom printer should be without them!
       

      1. Local bleaching (‘liquid sunshine’)
      2. ‘Sparkle up’ bleach bath
      3. ‘Bleach-back’ for colour shifts and pseudo lith effects
      4. Various bleach and developer combinations for bleach and redevelopment techniques for adjusting print warmth, coolness, contrast, intensification and ‘second pass’ lith development for colour &/or solarization.
      5. Some toning implications of the above

         
    • October 16th - 17th (Sat-Sun): Making and Toning Lith Prints  BOOKED OUT

       
      This 2-day class is suitable for both newcomers to the process and established Lith printers, although some basic darkroom experience is required.
      This is an opportunity to learn the delicate and beautiful art of Lith printing. This process has nothing to do with Lith negatives, line work or other graphics applications. Instead, it is a very creative and expressive form of interpretative printing using ‘normal’ negatives and black & white papers and may significantly expand your artistic & creative capabilities.

       
    • October 19th - 20th (Tues-Wed): Toning Black & White prints
      This 2-day class is suitable both for newcomers to toning silver gelatin prints and established print workers. A knowledge of chemistry is not required. The workshop is all in daylight/room light conditions and students will need to bring a good supply of ready-made untoned prints with them for toning. These can be trial work prints for experimentation &/or finished prints for final toning.

      The workshop will explore toners that are used either for their archival protective properties or for their aesthetic effects, or both.A variety of toners with very different properties will be used, including selenium, gold, sepia, iron and copper toners, both singly and for multiple toning effects.

      Students will be given detailed instructions to enable them to come fully prepared and will be supported with notes and handouts throughout the course.By the end of the workshop students should acquire a good working knowledge of different groups of toners and how and when to use them and for what purposes. 

      The emphasis of these workshops will be on informality, co-operation and fun, and stressing the learning value of ‘playtime’, safe individual risk-taking and group sharing.

      No photographers will be harmed in the making of this workshop
       
       
    • October 23rd - 24th (Sat-Sun): Toning Black & White prints  BOOKED OUT
      As above

       
    • October 26th - 27th (Tues-Wed) Making and Toning Lith prints  BOOKED OUT
      As above

  • October 28th (Thurs) A Day at the Bleach  BOOKED OUT
    This one day informal workshop  will explore many of the invaluable uses of photographic bleaches for the monochrome print worker  The workshop will be in daylight/room light conditions using students own prints.
    Each session will consist of theory input, practical demonstration and hands on playtime for all.
    We will explore:

    1. Local bleaching (‘liquid sunshine’)
    2. Sparkle up’ bleach bath
    3. ‘Bleach-back’ for colour shifts and pseudo lith effects
    4. Various bleach and developer combinations for bleach and redevelopment techniques for adjusting print warmth, coolness, contrast, intensification and ‘second pass’ lith development for colour &/or solarization.
    5. Some toning implications of the above

Many of these techniques are under used or misunderstood. They can be used to give a second life to a print and to lift a good or modest print to a fine print No black and white darkroom printer should be without them!
 

  • October 30th - 31st (Tues-Wed) Making and Toning Lith prints  BOOKED OUT
    Details as above
     

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  • LONDON WORKSHOP November 2009: To be repeated in April 2010
     

3-DAY LITH PRINTING WORKSHOP IN LONDON; November 9th/10th/11th 2009 

Venue and programme as for August  course below, but longer printing days

Accommodation available. Private group dinners for those who wish to attend
 

Enquiries and booking: Contact Marcia by email here or phone (UK) 07768 797 232

This workshop is likely to fill quickly and a waiting list will be maintained for possible future workshops.

 

  • LONDON WORKSHOP August 2009:

3-DAY LITH PRINTING WORKSHOP IN LONDON; August 14th/15th.16th 2009 

Venue: Thames Valley University (TVU), St. Mary's Road, Ealing, W5 5RF
Date: August Fri 14th - Sun 16th
Cost: £180

Availability: Now Booking : FULL BUT PHONE FOR WAITING LIST FOR REPEAT EVENT. State mid week or w/end preference.
Contact: marciaphoto

This is a 3 day lith printing workshop with Tim Rudman, bestselling author of ‘The Master Photographer’s Lith Printing Course’, ‘The World of Lith Printing’, The Master Photographer’s Toning Book’ and ‘The Photographer’s Master Printing Course’.

As most of Tim’s workshops take place in America this is a rare opportunity to attend a workshop in the UK with the acknowledged master of this medium. Numbers are limited so early booking is advised!

This workshop is suitable for both newcomers to the process and established Lith printers; although a basic knowledge of how to make a B&W enlargement is required.

You will learn the delicate and beautiful art of Lith printing, a very creative and expressive form of interpretative printing using ordinary black & white negatives, infrared negatives and even colour negatives. Lith prints are colourful even before toning and the process is unique so that no two prints will look exactly the same. The workshop will demystify the process, allowing you to take control, of grain size, contrast, colour and toning.

All materials will be supplied on the course but you will need to bring your own negatives for printing. Enrolled students will be sent details of what to bring and will receive handouts throughout the course.

For booking and enquiries contact Marcia Petterson
by email here:
Or phone: (UK) 07768 797 232

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  • Oct 4th - 9th 2009:   Lith Printing and Toning – from scratch

This class is suitable for both newcomers to the process and established Lith printers, although some basic darkroom experience is required.  Board and lodging on site are included.

This is an opportunity to learn the delicate and beautiful art of Lith printing. This process has nothing to do with Lith negatives, line work or other graphics applications. Instead, it is a very creative and expressive form of interpretative printing using ‘normal’ negatives and black & white papers and may significantly expand your artistic and creative capabilities. 

Lith Prints are typically very warm-toned prints with a unique combination of wonderfully subtle low contrast properties in the highlights, warm mid-tones, and high contrast colder tones in the shadows. However, it is an extremely flexible process and many variations may be wrought. Lith prints tone exceptionally well in selenium and gold toners. 

Not all papers will Lith print well. Current and new materials will be explored - along with ways of making others do better! 

Participants will learn the underlying principles of making a Lith print and then, step by step, how to take control of the process in order to predict outcome and explore its creative potential. 

Single and multiple toning techniques will be practised together with some more advanced procedures, such as '2-bath' lith printing techniques, bleach-back and bleach and redevelopment using both 'normal' and Lith developers ('2nd pass Lith’).

By the end of the week you may be surprised, both by how well you have mastered the techniques, and by how differently you view your images. 

The emphasis of these workshops will be on informality, co-operation and fun, and stressing the learning value of ‘playtime’, safe individual risk-taking and group sharing. 

The darkrooms at ‘The Formulary’ are always open and after the day’s teaching is over there will be as much time as you want for ‘unstructured’ printing and processing through the evening and night! We will pick up on any learning points from this work at the start of each day.

 

  • Oct 11th - 16th  2009:   Lith Printing – Continuing Personal Development: Alumni Groups

These alumni courses were set up at the request of Tim’s 2007 Lith printing workshop students, who wanted the opportunity to build on their new skills and take their personal development in Lith printing on to a new level with Tim’s supervision and guidance. The first 2 of these new style courses were held in 2008 and were very popular so the format is being offered again for 2009.

This course is open to anyone who has attended one of Tim's 5 day Lith printing courses before at any time and dispenses with teaching the basics, in favour of personal supervision into whatever direction the student wishes.

The usual structured illustrated theory input sessions and plenary discussion groups during the day will be replaced with one-on-one consultation time alongside self directed free-flowing printing, toning and bleach/redevelopment on demand throughout the course. All three processing rooms will be available at all times, so students can move between darkroom and light-room processes at will. There will be ample time each evening for plenary group discussion to share the day’s work and for portfolio reviews.

Specific teaching requests will be accommodated as far as possible, either on an individual basis or in ad hoc groups at the request of those present and a wish-list portfolio is being assembled by group email discussion, in which any prospective alumni are welcome to participate. Refresher tutorials will be available as requested.

Board and lodging on site are included and the darkrooms and light-rooms are open around the clock! 

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Congratulations

 

The 4th Annual Photographer's Formulary Handmade Photo Contest 2011
You guessed it!  For the 4th year running
two of the threewinners of this annual event were previous students of a Tim Rudman workshop!

Winners:
1st - Philip Schwartz
2nd - Herbert Swick
3rd - Vicki Reed

AND this year 5 HCs were also awarded, three of which were to my workshop participants - Kevin Logghe; Dave Clough; Clive Figueiredo.
Congratlations to all.

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The 3rd Annual Photographer's Formulary Alt Processes Photo Contest 2010
For the 3rd year running
two of the three winners of this annual competition were students of a Tim Rudman printing workshop!
This year they again won 1st and 3rd places.
 

 Congratulations to the winners:
•1st - Gayle Eidson
•2nd - Priscilla Monger
•3rd - Clive Figueiredo

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The 2nd Annual Photographer's Formulary Alt Processes Photo Contest 2009
ONCE AGAIN t
wo of the three winners of this annual competition were students of a Tim Rudman Lith printing workshop!
This year they won 1st and 3rd places.
 

Congratulations to the winners:
•1st - Sandy Kawano
•2nd - Nick Polarco
•3rd - Nanette Hegamin

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The 1st Annual Photographer's Formulary Alt Processes Photo Contest 2008

Two of the 3 winners of this new annual photography competition were students of a Tim Rudman Lith printing workshop!
They took 2nd and 3rd places.

 Congratulations to all the winners



 
 

Workshop videos and scrapbook

 

 

  • VIDEO CLIPS: 

The following 'fly on the wall' video clips were made during my 5-day Lith printing workshops at the Photographer's Formulary in Montana during 2005 and 2011 and are courtesy of  'The Formulary' and Anthony Mournian, who made them. 

Click on the links below to activate. Please be patient if the connection is slow.
 

 

 

 

  • SCRAPBOOK: 

(Montana - London - Dublin:  Still under construction)

 

LEEDS. UK

July 2013. Leeds College of Art, Ilford Masterclass in Black and White printing.

2 days with10 delegates from 5 countries, all with 1 thing in common - a love of crafting a darkroom print. 

9 of the magnificent 10
Plus on the right Steven Brierley S&M Director Ilford Harman and Phil Smith senior workshop manager at LCA.
"Black & White printing taken to another level"
Thank you all for coming such a long way. Get home safely.


MONTANA. USA

Two recent workshop groups at The Photographer's Formulary in Montana

  

The traditional sharing of work with the staff at the end of the workshop

 

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DUBLIN, IRELAND:
Only in Ireland !! 
World Exclusive: 'Guinness Toning Experiment' 
- Tim Rudman at FP workshops
                                        (Don't try this at home!)

 

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Fotospeed Toning Workshop with Tim Rudman January 2008. FP Worksops, Dublin

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All photographs Copyright FP Workshops 2008

Further details at www.fpworkshops.com/

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THAMES VALLEY UNIVERSITY. LONDON 
Lith printing workshops; August & November 2009 (ongoing)

                Plus much more:  - Images and chat on the TVU workshop group on Facebook. See here
                                                 - Images from the workshop on the Weeping Ash website here 

 

  

 

    

  The November London TVU workshop group hard at work ! ...