Introduction to Shooting Film Photography
Did your Grandpa pass down his beloved 35mm film SLR camera but its been sitting as bookshelf decor ever since? Are you a digital photographer but never got a chance to learn film basics? Come join me on a photo adventure through Pioneer Square where you'll learn how to put that camera to good use and take some great photos along the way! WHAT YOU'LL LEARN: - the anatomy of a single lens reflex (SLR) film camera - film loading + unloading - ISO + film speeds/types - aperture + shutter speed + proper exposure - film vs. digital - composition - shooting a successful roll of film! WHAT YOU'LL NEED TO BRING: - film single lens reflex (SLR) camera (similar to the one in above photo) - creativity! WHAT YOU'LL TAKE HOME: - cheat sheet to refer back to! - roll of film - discount code to my second class: Learn to Develop Film at Home Come to this class ready with your own film SLR camera -- message me privately if you have questions on how/where to get one! I'll provide you with a roll of film and we'll spend a couple of hours adventuring through Pioneer Square photographing what inspires you and learning how to properly use a film SLR camera! ** An excellent follow up workshop is my Introduction to Developing Film at Home class. It teaches how to take the roll of film you shot in this class and process it - bringing your images to life! www.verlocal.com/event/filmdevelopingworkshop
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*
If you have any question on this experience, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.