Workshop: Landscape and Wet plate Photographic Workshops in the Catskills, Craig Barber workshops

The Catskill Mountains and adjacent Hudson Valley have long provided artistic inspiration and will be the location of this unique workshop. Beginning in the 1800’s, artists and writers looked to the beauty of this landscape for inspiration and continue to do so today. This is where the Hudson River School of Art began and where many of today’s photographers/artists continue to work.

This workshop is geared toward photographers who have a working knowledge of the Wet plate process and is the perfect opportunity to either fine tune or advance your skills while working. Each day will be spent visiting and photographing a unique location in the surrounding Catskill Mountains during the best season of all~Autumn. Yes, I know Wet Plate is a B & W process, but the pure beauty of the Mountains during the peak of Autumn is nothing short of inspirational.

Each morning we will meet at my studio, in Woodstock, and begin our day by traveling to a new location. Upon arrival at our chosen site, we will set up on location, utilizing my traveling darkroom, and spend the entire day photographing to our hearts content.

Lunches will be provided, as will bagels, coffee and juice in the morning.

tuition for this workshop is $650.00.

Tuition includes all materials and equipment necessary for the class. A $250.00 deposit is required to secure a spot in the workshop with the remainder due 30 days prior to the workshop date.

Transportation to and from the locations will be done via carpooling amongst the participants. (I will be driving a pick~up that contains the darkroom & equipment + food.) The driving distance will be limited to short range.

Each Day begins at 8 a.m. and ends at 5:30 p.m. (or as light allows).

This workshop is limited to 4 students.