This vacation workshop features shooting handmade gelatin dry plate negatives in the Adirondacks. This process is similar to that used by famed nineteenth-century Adirondack photographer Seneca Ray Stoddard, who brought attention to this amazing Eastern wilderness.
Participants will stay at Great Camp Sagamore for the entire five-day workshop. Sagamore is a National Historic Landmark complex built by William West Durant as a wilderness retreat of the Vanderbilt family for much of the twentieth century. This very secluded camp set the stage for development of the Adirondack style of architecture and furniture.
Price includes lodging, meals and materials fee.