10:00 am – 5:00 pm
10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Phillip will be taking you through a journey with the wet plate collodion process. You will experience what it was like being photographed back in the 1850s. He will take your photo with a historical wooden camera and show you each step of the process. You will receive one 5×7 tintype (metal plate photograph). 560 Gallery is a partnership of PrintMaker Studio and Kasko Frame Works and is located at 560 Clark Drive, Vancouver, BC V5L 3H7. Framer Anna Kasko and fine art printer John Goldsmith will be onsite to assist with the hands-on workshop and to provide information on presentation methods for artwork.
Artist Philip Chin has been photographing tintypes since 2012 and his wet plate work has appeared on magazines, tv shows and a movie. The wet plate collodion process is a completely handmade photographic process dating back to the 1850s.
560 Gallery has implemented a number of measures to ensure the health and safety of visitors, staff, and volunteers. The information below outlines these measures, and we welcome you to email [email protected] or call 604.789.6984 if you would like further information. Contactless admission is available via touchless payment. Masks are encouraged but not required. We will not provide masks for visitors. Doors into the gallery will be propped open to minimize touchpoints and allow for better airflow. Please note that visitors that are feeling sick are asked to return home and visit when healthy. Staff monitor visitor numbers to ensure maximum capacity is not exceeded and safe social distancing can be maintained. Enhanced cleaning measures have been implemented for all high touch areas including doors, handrails, and other common area items including furniture.
$199 Capture Special. Tickets are available at the door and online via printmaker-studio.com.