Platinum and Palladium Printing

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I began platinum/palladium printing following my internship with Phil Davis, at the University of Michigan in 1980. I first used the 5×7 and 8×10 inch formats. I acquired my first 12×20 inch camera in 1983. I was also able go back to some of my earlier negatives intended got silver-gelatin photography.

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Dick Arentz
1640 N. Spyglass Way
Flagstaff, AZ 86004-7382

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Dick Arentz is a professional photographer, and retired University professor, who specializes in the platinum and palladium printing process. He has conducted over forty platinum printing workshops and has had over seventy one-man exhibits. His work is represented in public and private collections, including the New York and San Francisco Museums of Modern Art.

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