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A basic B+W workshop starting with a half-hour lecture on different chemistry and their benefits, then continue into a practical demo of basic developing using D-76 Kodak developer as well as discussing benefits of processes such as "Stand" and semi stand development
Chemistry and sleeves will be provided by us!!!
Each participant? is to bring with them an exposed roll of film.
This workshop is for C-41 color processing. Preferably, participants would already have prior knowledge of black and white processing and how to properly load film into the developing tank and reels. Although a short demo and practice will be available if needed.
The workshop will go through familiarising with all the chemistry and difference to B+W as well as the CPP2 Rotary machine and how to use it to process your films.
Chemistry and sleeves will be provided by us!
Each participant is to bring with them an exposed roll of color negative film with any ISO (no pushing or pulling)
In this workshop, we will explore the first steps of digitizing your developed films. First, we will show you our process of using a flatbed scanner to do a contact scan in order to preview an entire roll for archiving.
Second, we will teach you how to create 3F RAW scans on an Imacon/Hasselblad scanner using the Flexcolor software. The benefit of this process is to shorten the scanning time without compromising any quality and then edit the raw files at home rather than before scanning in the preview.
Each participant is to bring a developed roll of film. Plastic sleeves will be provided if needed.
A beginner's black & white darkroom printing technical workshop. This workshop is a great way to get an introduction to the darkroom printing experience. This covers everything from what are the differences between papers, chemistry mixing, making contact sheets & test strips, choosing contrast, and creating a final image.
We will provide the paper and chemistry, Just bring your developed roll!!!