Introduction to Developing Film at Home
Learn to develop film at home! Do you miss the days of getting your (gloved) hands wet with chemicals while watching your film come to life with your treasured images? Have you shot film but never developed it yourself and always wondered how? This workshop will give you all the tools to begin processing your own film at home! Enjoy a cup of coffee (in the morning class) or a glass of wine (in the evening class) and dive into the world of film photography. WHAT WILL BE PROVIDED DURING YOUR CLASS: - film developing tank + reel - chemicals: developer, stop, fix, clearing bath + wetting solution - film changing bag - accessories: thermometer, beaker, darkroom timer, gloves etc. - archival negative sleeve - film scans of your work - wine or coffee! - goodie bag + PDF cheat sheet to take home WHAT YOU NEED TO BRING: - 1 roll of 35mm or 120mm true black and film already photographed on (Ilford and TMAX are my favorites) Ilford on Amazon Prime: http://bit.ly/ilfordHP5Plus ** To learn the basics of shooting film photography visit my other class: Introduction to Shooting Film Photography ! https://www.verlocal.com/event/introfilmphotography
Meghan is a wedding + lifestyle photographer in Seattle. Her love of photography began in high school when she first stepped into a darkroom. Processing her own film and printing it in the darkroom has been a passion ever since. She spent six years teaching high school darkroom photography in CA and is excited to teach again in the form of workshops! *Darkroom workshops coming as soon as her darkroom is complete*
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