Jessica Del Vecchio, a portrait and wedding photographer based in Washington, D.C. is going to be leading a workshop at Inspire Photo Retreats. Her early interest in alternative photographic processes led her to learn how to create salt prints. Her workshop at the conference will enable photographers to explore photography using this fascinating approach to printing images.
Here is a small selection of images from Jessica’s portfolio, some showing how the final salt prints will look after one has processed them.
Hands-on workshops like these distinguish Inspire Photo Retreats, where everyone is encouraged to roll up their sleeves and play and do something completely out of the ordinary. Jessica’s workshop will be on Monday, a time when I have already signed up for another workshop, but I hope to learn more about salt prints from her when we meet in Portland, Maine.
Inspire Photo Retreats is unique gathering of photographers that takes place every year. This year, it will be at The Westin, in Portland, Maine, from February 9th through the 11th. I hope you have registered for this sold-out conference!
[…] Maine. (In anticipation of Inspire, I wrote a blog post that appeared on the Inspire Blog and I was interviewed by Seshu for Tiffinbox. And I did a test run and taught my class to a few DC photographers for the January meeting of DC […]