Mordançage with Brittonie Fletcher

Description:

Mordançage or etch-bleach process offers many possibilities for silver gelatine prints. The process is known for it’s characteristic veiling. We will select one or two negatives to print from and apply many different mordançage treatments to the print and discuss how to achieve different effects as well as the proper care and storage for them. We will begin by making a series of prints from one negative to explore the range of possibilities this process has to offer.

Tutor information:

Brittonie Fletcher has been working for over 10 years with alternative and historic photographic process. She has worked with a range of processes from polaroids to platinum, chemigrams to collodion she especially loves albumen and mordançage. Brittonie currently teaches alternative photography Edinburgh and exhibits internationally. More about her may be found at BrittonieFletcher.com

Materials:

The course will cover:

papers
printing choices
etch-bleach
redevelopment
oxidation
THE VEILS!!!
care and storage

Please bring a selection of negatives to print from.  A handout of notes will be available to take away.

Coming dates:

We will be holding Mordançage workshops on the dates published below.
We may also be running other silver alternative process days on the other corresponding weekend days

June 13/14
October 10/11

Details for booking:

To book email: workshops@dndr.org.uk

Course Cost: £150

One thought on “Mordançage with Brittonie Fletcher

  1. marcus jake

    What a brilliant, fun workshop!
    Great people, place and a great teacher! I can’t emphasise enough how good Brittonie was, incredibly knowledgeable and skilful and with the ability to encourage your own method and style.
    I came away with some fascinating pieces of work and had a genuinely exciting time making them :)

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