During the workshop, you will explore a taster of what film processing is all about. In this evening taster class, you’ll gain beginner’s knowledge of how to process your own roll of film, understanding how the chemicals react inside the developer tub and touching on the effects of pushing/pulling during development.
This workshop is an excellent precursor to one of our darkroom printing workshops.
All darkroom based workshops are classes up to five, allowing for a more focused small group learning experience with our tutor.
Niamh is a Wakefield based, photographic artist working primarily with analogue photography. She holds a BA hons in Photography from Nottingham Trent University and has several years worth of experience in printing both on a personal, and commercial basis, as well as having worked as a lab technician at The Photo Parlour, Nottingham over the past year.
Who is the Workshop for?
This course is best suited to those who need a bit of a refresher on film processing or those who are totally new to doing it themselves.
You need to have exposed your own roll of film before hand so understanding how to shoot with film is important prior to this workshop.
You will leave this workshop having processed a roll of your own film and feeling confident in coming back to process in our facilities (or at home) again.
Do I Need to Bring Anything?
Students must bring a roll of exposed film, either 35mm or 120mm, which is ready to be processed.
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