I am giving a lecture in Denver, Colorado next Tuesday evening. If there is anyone in the Denver area interested in the early evolution of photography please stop by. The title is A Photographic Truth ... a humorous presentation illustrating how untruthful photography has been since the very beginning.
Here is the promotional information:
I'd love to attend your talk, but being in Califorunny, it's a bit of a ways to go. Anyone nearby that's reading this, you'll miss out if you don't go!
Maybe someday you'll give a talk in Sacramento, CA or other nearby location.
I give similar talks worldwide. Just never thought of posting them here. But thought there might be some crossover because we all look at early photographs of model Ts.
Likewise I would love to attend your talk but the lack of oxygen and marijuana smoke in Denver is too much for my old body.
I'm glad you decided to post here. It is a fascinating subject.
I'd like to be there also.
There's a fellow in southern MN that took up wet plate photography within the last some years and has been featured on a regional Public TV program.
Yes, there are now thousands of people all over the world using wet collodion to make tintypes, ambrotypes and glass negatives. My wife, France, and I were the first people to offer public workshops in the collodion process that started that movement. Amazing to watch it grow over the years. At work my assistant and I teach at least 23 workshops a year in about 15 different processes. Google photography workshops at George Eastman Museum to see this years schedule.
Four of the first page of your schedule, four are sold out already. Out to August!
That's really neat! Helping and keeping "older" ways of doing things...
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Mark, I'm interested as a Kodak Rochester retiree living in Colorado, but time and location are not coming through. Please advise.
Thanks and hope I can make it.
My lecture is Tuesday at 7:00.
George Eastman Museum isn't Kodak ... but I know many ex Kodak people. What division were you working.
Oh ... here is the address ...
REDLINE, 2350 ARAPAHOE STREET, DENVER, CO
The title is intriguing.
Why not do a video (perhaps youtube?) of your presentation so we all can watch?
I'm with David D but I love hear your lecture maybe someone could video it and put on utube or
I'll ask the people at Reline Art Center where I'm giving the presentation if they plan to video the lecture. I do have several short presentations on specific processes on you tube made for the Museum. Google YouTube George Eastman Museum or George Eastman House ... we changed our name last year.