NORD Photography

Image by Tillman Crane
Workshop Details
Tillman Crane
SAGA – Inderøy - Norway
Jul 31 - Aug 5, 2018
Full: NOK 8400,-
Deposit: NOK 2400,-
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What to bring:

Students should bring protective clothes (clothes you do not mind getting chemistry on) and aprons. 

Need to Know Info:


Chemistry Kit pr student: NOK 1900,-
- gives about 35 prints (A4)

Paper fee pr student: NOK 350,-
- gives 25 sheet of platinum printing (A4)

Additional paper: NOK 15,- pr sheet (A4)

Protective clothes or aprons are not included.

Platinum Printing


Tillman Crane


Jul 31, 2018 - Aug 5, 2018


SAGA – Inderøy - Norway

Any photographer, working in any format, filmbased or digital, can make platinum prints today. Also known as platinum/palladium or platinotypes, this process dates back to the late 1800’s. The unique look of a platinum print is due to the emulsion being absorbed into the paper, rather than sitting on top and expanded steps between pure black and pure white both contributing to the deeper, richer feeling you experience when looking at these prints. The platinum tones range from warm black, to reddish brown, to expanded mid-tone grays that are unobtainable in silver prints. 

This workshop will give the beginner platinum printer the knowledge and experience to make platinum prints. The more experienced platinum printer can use this workshop to build on your skill set and help solve problem printing issues. We will work primarily with the NA2 platinum/palladium process, but discuss other platinum processes. With plenty of one–on-one guidance and a focus on making prints, this workshop is guaranteed to build your skills.

Students should bring digital files of images they wish to print. Due to the cost of chemistry, and paper, the platinum printing is considered a high-end prosess. The print created is the most durable of all photographic processes.


Tillman’s photography career began in 1978 as a photojournalist for The Maryville Daily Times (TN). His distinctive platinum photographs combine 19th century materials with a 21st century aesthetic. He began teaching the craft of photography in 1988. His passion for photography continues to evolve as he embraces new technology while furthering his mastery of the platinum/palladium print. The focus of his imagery remains on the unique sense of place in the ordinary, everyday locations where he lives and teaches. Tillman has published four limited edition books: Tillman Crane/Structure (2001), Touchstones (2005), Odin Stone (2008) and A Walk Along the Jordan (2009). His photographs have been exhibited around the world and are included in major collections throughout the U.S., China, England, Ireland, Italy and Scotland. Tillman’s images are also included in several important books on contemporary photography.

NOK  8.400,- (deposit NOK 3.400,-)
. This does not include material cost (see below), travel costs, accomodations or meals.

This workshop has an additional material cost:

Chemistry Kit pr student: NOK 1900,-
- gives about 35 prints (A4)

Paper fee pr student: NOK 350,-
- gives 25 sheet of platinum printing (A4)

Additional paper: NOK 15,- pr sheet (A4)

Protective clothes or aprons are not included.

Shortly after registration for your workshop you will receive an invoice via e-mail for the deposit to be paid within two weeks. You will also receive an invoice for the rest of the tuition at the same time as the deposit. This invoice is to be paid no later then one month before the workshop starts. All fees are to be paid in Norwegian Kroner.

International students: We are using PayPal’s invoice service, which means you will get an email with a link to a PayPal invoice when registrating. You can still pay for the workshop with your credit card.

Saga is known for it's fresh homemade food. If you have any food allergies please let us know in advance and we will try to accommodate all your needs.

We will start each day with a healthy breakfast, before heading to class, or out shooting. We serve a warm lunch at SAGA every day.

For dinner: the options will be discussed with the group on arrival. Dinner is not included.

Saga has a full liquor licence.

SAGA has a hotel section, which offers accomodation for participants during the workshop. If SAGA is fully booked we will organize alternative accomodation near by in the same price range.
There are single beds in all of SAGA's hotel rooms. Most participants will have to share hotel room with one other participant of the same gender. If you are a group traveling together, or you have a preference when sharing a room, please make a note when registration for the workshop. 
Shared dobbleroom: NOK 990,- per person, per night. The price includes shared double room, breakfast, warm home-made lunch, coffee/ tea and fruit throughout your stay. To get a shared double room requires that we have another participant of your gender, that also wants to share. If we do not, you will get a private room - see price below. 
Private room: NOK 1250,- per night. The price includes a private room, breakfast, warm home-made lunch, coffee/ tea and fruit throughout your stay. 

Payment for accommodations and meals is done directly to SAGA, before you depart.

By Plane: The closest airport to SAGA is Trondheim International Airport. From the airport, take the local train, which stops at the airport terminal about every two hours, towards Steinkjer. You will disembark the train at Røra Station (about a one hour ride from the airport) where NORDphotography’s van will be there to greet you and transport you to SAGA.

By Train: You disembark the train at Røra Station and NORDphotography’s van will be there to greet you and take you to SAGA. Travel time by train from: Oslo - 9 hours, Trondheim - 2 hours, Bodø - 9.5 hours, Storlien (Sweden) - 3.5 hours. For the local train schedule see:

By Car: Follow E6 to Røra, then RV 755 to Straumen.

TRAVEL TIME TO SAGA: Oslo: 2 hours  //  Bodø: 2 hours // Copenhagen: 3 hours // Stockholm: 3 hours // New York: 12 hours
(times include direct flight to Trondheim + local train to SAGA)

When to arrive:
The workshop starts on the evening of the 31TH of July, at 7 PM. 

When to depart:
The workshop ends on the 5TH of August at 1PM. 

For workshops to run we need a minimum of 5 participants, unless otherwise noted in the workshop description. If we for some reason are not able to reach our minimum number, the workshop will be canceled and you will receive a full refund.

NORDphotography is not responsible for reimbursement of non-refundable airline / train tickets in the event of a program cancellation. Our line of liability is to return all monies paid to the workshops. Please check on your workshop status before making travel arrangements. There will be a maximum of 7 students in each workshop, unless otherwise noted in the workshop description.

Withdrawal and Refund Policy
Enrollment is limited in our workshops, so once you have registred for a class – we are counting on you to attend. The registration is binding. We do however understand that sometimes plans fall trough and offer the following cancellation policies:

Withdraw more than 60 days before the start of class and we will refund all monies paid, minus an administration fee of NOK 1500,- Withdraw 60 days or less before the start of class and we will charge you with the full workshop tuition.

NORDphotography is not responsible for cancellations due to medical emergencies. We highly recommend purchasing travel insurance.


It is the nature of our business that occasionally a listed instructor cannot participate because of unexpected events. If we are forced to replace an instructor we will do so with someone with equal or similar credentials. When time permits we will inform everyone who has registered.

Travel Information

  • We ask that you do not book your ticket until we have confirmed that the minimum number of participants have signed up.
  • Travel expenses are each participant's own responsibility.
  • We suggest that you always have traveler's insurance.