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Use the form on the right to contact us. We should get back to you within 24 hours. If not, it means we are out chasing birds with dogs, shotguns and Canons. In that case we will get back to you as soon as we've finished the roasted Teal and Bordeaux . 

 

464 Hargrave Street
Winnipeg, MB, R3A 0X5

204-956-4708

Through words and images, we are on a mission to share our passion for pointing dogs, upland hunting and sporting dog photography. 

Vouloir C'est Pouvoir

Books

Through words and images, we are on a mission to share our passion for pointing dogs, upland hunting and sporting dog photography.  

When we are not carrying a shotgun or Canon, we are putting pen to paper. Our articles have appeared in Versatile Hunting Dog Magazine,  Gundog Magazine, The Pointing Dog Journal, Weimaraner Nachtrichten, The Griffonnier, Caccia Beccacia, Chasse Bécasse Passion, Chiens de Chasse, Trofeo Caza and many more. 

The first edition of our book Pointing Dogs Volume One: The Continentals is almost sold out. We are currently working on Pointing Dogs Volume Two: The British and Irish Breeds. It is scheduled for release in 2018. 

Vouloir C'est Pouvoir

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Vouloir C'est Pouvoir

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Vouloir C'est Pouvoir (where there's a will, there's a way) is a guide to a variation on a theme. The theme is the hand-coated platinum/palladium print. The variation is the use of a substrate once believed unsuitable for hand coating. The book is intended to help anyone familiar with hand coating cotton papers learn to achieve even coatings of platinum and palladium solutions on fixed-out baryta paper.

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The first edition of Vouloir C'est Pouvoir was written in 1999 on an ancient Mac Classic computer powered by a very athletic hamster running in a wheel. All my printing was done in an unfinished basement where the temperature and humidity conspired to make achieving a good coating next to impossible. Since then, I have moved up to a bigger, faster “dual core” Mac - powered by two hamsters - and now print in a much warmer space with humidity to spare.

As a result, I have been able to include photographs of the coating procedure in this edition and I’ve made a few adjustments to the technique, simplifying it somewhat. But my goal remains the same: to inspire alternative process printers everywhere to work with fixed-out baryta paper so they may enjoy the unique look it brings to alternative process prints.