Weekend workshop: running in Autumn 2020 - dates t.b.a.
Please contact us to register your interest now, as numbers per course are limited by darkroom space.
This workshop will be run by John Williams
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.
Note: lunch is not provided. James will make you coffee on the Saturday and we'll have a tea kettle & biscuits 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 hire for a small extra charge.
- 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.