Darkroom Experience 2 – Black & White File Processing & Printing

What will I learn?

Students will need to provide a working 35mm film camera. You will be provided with a black and white film, a pack of 10 sheets of light sensitive paper and all the processing chemicals to complete the course.On this course, you will have demonstrations and guidance on the following:Loading the film into your camera and taking photographs.Loading your film into the processing tank and developing it. Using the darkroom to produce a contact (thumbnail) sheet and then enlarging and printing selected images.


Additional Course Details for 18/19

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  • Course code 18190-2
    Course name Darkroom Experience 2: Black and White Film Processing and Printing
    Campus
    Study mode Part-Time
    Days Wednesday
    Times 18:15 to 20:45
    16-18 fee £40.00
    Entitlement Waiver £40.00
    Full Cost Fees £40.00
    Start date 27/02/19
    Duration 3 week (s)

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