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The photo shows Roman Kravchenko with a folding camera

CANCELLED | Photography Studio from a Century Ago

Visit the Photography Studio in the Hartwig Alley, discover the secrets of noble photography techniques and see what the work of photographers looked like 100 years ago. Tours are possible every Thursday and Friday of the month, from 16:30-17:30.

The Hartwig Alley in Lublin is home to the small Photography Studio run by Roman Krawczenko, an artist-photographer specialising in noble photography techniques. While visiting this magical place, you can discover what an old photography studio looked like and how it operated and what was the work of photographers and lab assistants at the turn of the 20th century. You can also get acquainted with noble photography techniques and their history.

When: every Thursday and Friday, 11.00-16.00
Where: Photography Workshop, The Hartwig Alley

Admission is free. The maximum number of people who can be inside at the same time is 2. 

The tour covers:

  • ambrotype technique
  • the history of photography
  • cameras of our great grandparents and how they worked
  • the darkroom
  • checking out how an image emerges on paper or glass
  • You can also order a portrait on glass made in the collodion technique.


20 November 2020


11:00 - 16:00


Photography Studio, Kowalska 3 / The Hartwig Alley
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