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Wet Plate Collodion Photography Demonstration
18 DEC 2016 / 8 JAN 2017

To coincide with the exhibition “Pictures of the Past: Hungarian Photographer Dezső Bozóky in Hong Kong”organised by our education partner, University Museum and Art Gallery, The University of Hong Kong, HKIPF has invited veteran photographer Mr Stephen Cheung to host a workshop on wet-plate collodin, an early photography process from the 19th century. Mr Cheung will demonstrate its photo-taking and development process as well. 

Date:
Cantonese: 18 December 2016 (Sunday)
English: 8 January 2017 (Sunday)
Time: 2:30pm – 5:30pm

Venue: 1/F Fung Ping Shan Building, University Museum and Art Gallery of the University of Hong Kong, 90 Bonham Road, Pokfulam
Quota: 20 (First come, first served)
Charge: HK$100 (Fee once paid is not refundable)
Application deadline: 9 December 2016(Canotonese) / 16 December 2016 (English) 

About  Stephen Cheung Yick Pan
Stephen Cheung Yick Pan has been working as professional photographer since the eighties and has received numerous awards in the industry. Apart from commercial assignments, Stephen is also dedicated to creating his own works, many of which are still life photographs. In particular, his works of light painting and wet plate photography have received widespread recognition. His images demonstrate his intense observation and alluring sense of colour.

Registration
Interested parties should complete this online application form at https://goo.gl/gaztu4
(Limited quota on a first-come-first-served basis)

Hong Kong Photographic Culture Association Limited is financially supported by the Springboard Grant under the Arts Capacity Development Funding Scheme of
the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. 

Hong Kong International Photo Festival is a signature project of Hong Kong Photographic Culture Association Limited. The content of this activity does not reflect the views of
the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. 

Wet plate photo by Stephen Cheung

Wet plate photo by Stephen Cheung

Wet plate photo by Stephen Cheung