Starting Monday 12th October, 2020. This course runs over four Monday evenings, 6pm-8pm. Please book now.
Numbers per course are limited by darkroom space, 4 places only available.
(Monday evenings 12th & 19th Oct, skip Labour Day, 2nd & 9th November.)
Note: we also run a weekend workshop covering these skills.
The course will cover:
Most people taking up photography this century will have started out on a digital camera. Marvellous tools that they are, there remains a great attraction to doing things the old way - silver-based analogue photography.
This course will uncover the mysteries of the darkroom, and you will find it's relatively simple to get started and add a new dimension to your photography. Anyone wanting to give their photography a lift should try shooting black & white film and experience developing and printing it themselves, by hand.
If you haven't used a darkroom for a few years, or decades, this course will provide you with a good brush-up on techniques. It is also suitable for those teaching photography as an art subject and wanting practical darkroom skills and an understanding of how the process works, and to pass on the knowledge.
Tutors: John Williams.
Course fee: $320.00, including GST.
- A deposit of $90.00 will be required to confirm your place.
- Limit: 4 students only.
- Materials are covered by the course fee.
- 35mm film cameras are available to borrow if needed.
- Please see Conditions & payment information before paying your deposit for the course.
Please email James Gilberd to register your interest.