photo printing free workshop

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photo printing free workshop

Postby brittonie » Mon Feb 21, 2011 3:20 pm

This saturday 12pm - 4pm in the darkroom Feb 26th...

Bring:

*some black and white paper to print on/ share

*35mm or 120mm black and white negatives to print

*note book?

Priority will be given to those who attended the film developing demo 2 weeks ago, capacity 4 for printing but people can watch or share.

please email: darkroom@theforest.org.uk to sign up

- also thinking about doing this every month: darkroom inductions and a free workshop every other Sat for film or printing?
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Re: photo printing free workshop

Postby brittonie » Tue Feb 22, 2011 1:33 pm

Oh, and i'm going to have you guys make photograms... this means find some cool objects that you can put on paper to make images.... transparent stuff, leaves, toys whatever you think would look cool.

so far Scout and Yaz are signed up. woo!
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Re: photo printing free workshop

Postby Catalina » Tue Feb 22, 2011 2:58 pm

i'm in, that sounds great! maybe we could do soem stuff to use for the Spring Fling Carnival fudraiser! let me know when it is.

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Re: photo printing free workshop

Postby brittonie » Tue Feb 22, 2011 3:03 pm

Yes- that would be sweet!
I had some ideas about making stereo cards and viewers but not really sure where to take that...
Saturday from 12- 4pm... maybe longer if necessary.
Mira and Enrico signed up as well.

If you guys can all look over the introblacknwhite.blogspot.com notes (start from the first post) before sat

It might help me get through some of the technical points faster... ?
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