Never shot film? Interested to give it a go? This half day introductory workshop is for you. Camera Basics In this comprehensive workshop we’ll show you how to use a film camera-how to load the film, basic settings(aperture, shutter speed, manual focus, iso, etc) to control your camera and get the shots you’re after. We provide each participant with a film camera for the duration of the workshop, but feel free to bring your own of course. Photography After an introduction to how your camera works, and loading them up with Black and White film, we’ll go outside to explore and photograph in the area nearby. Film Developing When we’re done shooting, we’ll come back to the workspace and show you how develop your own film. It’s very satisfying to walk away with your first, hand developed roll. Class Schedule 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM What you will learn
Learn how to use a 35mm film camera
How to load the camera with film and ensure it is loaded correctly
Learn how to hand develop your first black and white film to produce negatives ready for printing or scanning.
What you will get
One-on-one guidance from a professional photographer.
Take home your own hand developed black and white negatives.
We will supply you information covering what was presented in the workshop and the film developing, so you can continue with film shooting and processing if you want to.
What to bring • We supply everything you need(35mm B&W film, chemistry and negative sleeves), but bring along your own film camera if you have one. We will only process one film per person, but feel free to bring more film if you think you will get through more than one roll in two hours. What to wear •Comfortable clothes, and enclosed shoes(as we will be working in the darkroom and with chemicals, covered shoes are required) Appropriate for
Anyone. No prior photography knowledge is required.
Location Dark Arts Photography and Darkroom Kickstart Arts Creative Living Park St Johns Ave-next to St John's Church New Town