CHARLESTON, S.C. (OCTOBER 2018) Historian Richard Hatcher III (left, in jeans) and CCWP VP Garry Adelman kick off the Image of War seminar tour at Fort Moultrie. | John Banks Attendees soak up Civil War photo knowledge at Fort Moultrie. | John Banks At Fort Moultrie, attendees get an education from CWWP vice president Gary Adelman. | Cliff Roberts Examining a massive cannon at Fort Moultrie | Cliff Roberts It’s a CCWP nerd-fest! Attendees examine historic images on smartphones at Fort Moultrie. | John Banks Christine Eadie, The Charleston TinTypist, explains her photography craft on Day 2. | John Banks A tintype of seminar attendees develops before our eyes. | John Banks Christine Eadie’s nearly finished tintype of Image of War seminar attendees. | John Banks After the public departed, CCWP Image of War attendees had Fort Sumter all to themselves. | Cliff Roberts In historic Magnolia Cemetery in Charleston, S.C., historian Richard Hatcher III explains the circumstances of the deaths of the three Hunley crews to attendees of the annual CCWP Image of War seminar. | John Banks A visit to the graves of the Hunley crew at Magnolia Cemetery | Cliff Roberts CCWP VP Garry Adelman shows image of imposing Confederate defenses near Magnolia Cemetery. | John Banks A visit to the Confederate section of historic Magnolia Cemetery in Charleston. | Cliff Roberts Up for auction on Day 3, a brick from Robert E. Lee’s war-time house in Richmond. | John Banks On Day 3 of the Image of War seminar, some attendees visited Castle Pinckney in Charleston Harbor | Cliff Roberts Nine CCWP Image of War attendees ventured to seldom-visited Castle Pinckney in Charleston Harbor | Cliff Roberts At Castle Pinckney, Bob Carlson and Amber Lass hold up a copy of a Civil War image of the fort. | Cliff Roberts Nine CCWP diehards ventured to Castle Pinckney in Charleston Harbor on the final day of the seminar tour.