This workshop will be a one-hour hands-on tutorial for students who are interested in learning to process their own 35mm or medium format (120mm) black-and-white film in the UTSOA's Darkroom. Students will learn techniques to load the film onto reels and develop film with black-and-white chemistry. Various film speeds and developing times will be covered. Students will learn how to wash and dry film and the proper techniques to preserve negatives.
Please bring at least one pre-shot roll of black-and-white film (make sure your film does not say C-41 anywhere on the canister.)
If you would like to check out an analog camera to shoot with film beforehand, feel free to stop by the VRC.
This workshop will be conducted by VRC Staff Member Matthew Van Hoorn.
Workshops are open to all SOA faculty, students, and staff. Class size is limited to 6 for each session, and openings frequently fill quickly.