This workshop is fully booked. It will run again in autumn-winter 2022, dates t.b.a. Please register your interest now as there are only 4 places available on the workshop.
This workshop will be run by Mark Beehre / John Williams
We also offer a short course on this, over 4 Monday evenings
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 workshop 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 workshop 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.
10.30 - Coffee, introductions, camera handling
11.30 - go out shooting a roll of film
12.30 - meet back at Photospace - lunch
1.00 - developing film
3.00 - afternoon tea
3.30 - proof sheet & printing demo
4.30 - finish.
10-30-4.30 - Making proof sheets, editing, printing enlargements.
Note: lunch is not provided. James will make you coffee on the Saturday and we'll have a tea kettle & biscuits available the rest of the time.
Film and darkroom materials are provided. If you need to borrow a film camera, or plan on shooting 120 film (rather than 35mm) please let us know in advance.
Workshop fee: $360.00 including GST
- A deposit of $100.00 will be required to confirm your place.
- Limit: 4 students.
- Materials are covered by the course fee.
- 35mm film cameras are available to borrow for Saturday if needed.
- Please see Conditions & payment information before paying your deposit for the course.
Please email James Gilberd now to register your interest. Places on this workshop are very limited. Contact us.