Discover the photogram, create your own transparency negatives and dabble with montage. Our Darkroom Photography course is the place for students to experience photography as a process subject to the human hand, and develop an understanding of light, time and the very necessary kindling of your creative intuition in relation to the materials you work with.
5 consecutive Tuesdays from 18:00 – 21:00
Chemicals for each session, participation in Student Exhibition, two 8″x12 Mounts for the exhibition.
Session 1 | How to work with an enlarger, photographic chemistry, photographic paper andgood darkroom practice and etiquette,
Session 2 | How to make a contact print from an acetate negative and working with filters on the enlarger,
Session 3 | Creating a photomontage,
Session 4 | Introduction to hand-colouring and working with acrylic paints on photographic paper,
Session 5 | Completing and finalising the last printing for exhibition.
“I would say this course is a good compliment to B&W photography course, as one leads to another. If you are a photographer you MUST join this course and learn where it all started (if you didn’t yet).
You will expand your vision of creativity and sense of hand-making crafts/photos by playing with different materials that you wouldn’t think of! not with Photoshop. Put your pics on acetate paper and give your digital pictures a new and unique life!”