Introduction To Black & White Film Photography | Wed 21 Sep to Wed 7 Dec | 7-9 pm | £200 (10 wks) | 16+ yrs | Tutor Liam Collins | Darkroom/Printroom
Want to learn how to use a film camera? Interested in developing your own prints? You’ll be guided all the way from learning the functions on a film camera and improving your photographic compositions to the printing process and producing your own prints in the Brewery Darkroom.
What will the class cover and how will it be taught?
This is a practical course so you will spend time in the darkroom developing film and printing from negatives. The class will cover how to use an analogue film camera, how to develop black and white film, and how to print contact sheets, test strips and final prints in the darkroom.
Who is it suitable for?
Suitable for beginners and those seeking a refresher course to regain skills in traditional black and white photography. The number of places is limited so the tutor can provide individual attention within the small group.
What do I need to bring?
Your own film camera.
Are there any additional costs?
A starter pack including one roll of film and developing paper is included in the course fee. Additional materials can be purchased from Brewery Arts during the course.
Please note there are no classes during the weeks beginning 24 October and 14 November.
About the tutor
Liam Collins is a local photographer who is interested in landscape, street and experimental photography. He is an awarding-winning artist whose work has been exhibited in solo and group shows both nationally and internationally.
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