Na2 Platinum & Palladium Workshop
May 9-11 2024
Image by Les Allert
Known for its velvety blacks and rich tonal range the first platinum/palladium prints were made in the 1860s. As technology and chemistry has improved over the 150+ years photographers are still drawn to the process for its uniquely rich prints. The NA2 Platinum/Palladium process was an advancement pioneered by Bostick and Sullivan. The introduction of sodium platinum (Na2) allowed for a greater variety of negatives to be used for the process without compromising quality. Join us in the darkroom and fall in love with the magic of hand printing with precious metals.
$1325 All materials included
You can either pay in full for the class or pay a non-refundable $300 deposit. The remaining balance will be due at the beginning of the workshop. To pay the deposit make sure to select Pay deposit.
All classes are Thursday through Saturday, 10 am to 5 pm. All supplies and chemistry are included in the cost of the class.
Students are responsible for finding accommodations and transportation. Bostick and Sullivan is located on the south side of Santa Fe in an industrial business park. Our lab and workshops are about 25 minutes from downtown hotels. Rental cars and Uber are available in Santa Fe however the pandemic has made them more scarce. If you are planning on renting a car it is best to do so early.
Please feel free to call for more information (505) 474-0890 or use the customer contact form. Our address is 1541 Center Dr, Santa Fe, NM 87507.