Inventor of the process


Monday 19 to Friday 23 October 2020

 - Jon Cone has been providing innovative black and white inkjet techniques and methodology since 1993. He developed Piezography, which is a brand of monochromatic inks and software that produce what is unarguably the absolute highest-standard in black and white printing. It’s primary purpose is printing black & white photographs with carbon pigments.

Learn more on the website : https://piezography.com/

Price : 1500€ inclusive of tax. Reservation fee : 450€. Settlement a week before the workshop.
Maximum group size : 7
Material and lunch included.

Dates : Monday 19 to Friday 23 October 2020
Deadline for inscriptions : 15 September 2020

Should circumstances prevent Jon Cone from leaving the United States, the participants will have the choice between being fully reimbursed and participating to the workshop held on the same program by Patrick Borie-Duclaud and Dominique Laugé.

Programme :
• printing positives with Piezography Pro and PiezoDN
• setting up of the darkroom chemistry for Malde-Ware platinum printing
• contact printing
The participants will leave with Piezography® and platine palladium prints.

Presentation :

Patrick Borie-Duclaud is a graduate of the Private Technical School of Photography and Audiovisual, holds a CAP in photography option laboratory.
He was an assistant to several photographers in Los Angeles before founding his own advertising and industrial photography studio in Toulouse, where he worked for twenty years.
He is now the European distributor of Piezography® and ConeColor® inks, as well as Japanese Awagami papers for digital printing, through its Taos Photographic website : https://taosphoto.fr/en/

Dominique Laugé is a photographer, author and instructor, who attended Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara (California) where he also studied Zone system with Bob Werling and Ansel Adams. He then lived first in Switzerland and then some twenty years in Milan (Italy) where he worked as a freelance photographer. In 2005, he settled in Gaillac, in the South West of France while working on landscape and still life editorial projects. He is in charge of the organization of the Photography Prize of the Fondation des Treilles and organizes workshops at the Centre pour la photographie du Château de l’Hom.

More information on the workshop in the attached registration form.