We had our first Tintype Workshop in the Tintype Traveller over the weekend. Despite the rains we had a full house (umm..caravan) and our intrepid explorers braved the mud and rain to tackle the landscape with some wonderful images captured across the day.
We got a chance to try out our brand new emergency weather-shield canopy and got it up just in time for the rain.
Cynthia Gemus was an amazing and robust instructor, basically spending about 5 hours straight in the caravan, juggling where everyone was at with their process and marshalling people in and out as required. The participants were amazing, full of questions and really pro-active in their quest to explore and examine. Some really delightful images were created. Most importantly, a foundation was established for further alternative-process image-making.
Red Poles was an ideal venue. We had a beautiful (albeit muddy) landscape to explore, and we had lovely access to hot coffee and beautiful meals for lunch. Thankfully the sun popped out in the afternoon to keep us on our exposure-management-toes. Here are a few snaps from the day.
Thanks to Megan, Paul, Stephen and Cole for and fun day, and for helping up pack up the gazebo 🙂