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April 22, 2017 • 10am

in the Port Washington State Bank Conference Room
200 North Franklin Street, Port Washington
(the former Wilson House – main street entrance)

Gallery 224 presented a talk by Dave Rambow, photographer and Site Director of the H.H. Bennet Studio in Wisconsin Dells. Working out of a portable darkroom, he took us back in time to the mid-1800s, and shared the history of a photographic process defined as a truly American invention – the tintype. The tintype has managed to survive the test of time and has seen an unexpected revival in recent years.

 

Photos from the Event by Martin Morante


Photos from the Event by Scott Symes

Dave Rambow is represented by Be Kind Studios. Visit their website HERE.

Click HERE for a link to a 14 minute video interview for Pioneer Public TV.

 

 


"Iron & Light" was sponsored by Port Washington State Bank


This event was FREE and open to the public as part of
PORTPHOTO 17 – a celebration of photography
in Port Washington, Wisconsin.