Have you been curious about the advantages of using a large-format camera in your photography? Ever wondered what’s involved, or if you are just thinking about large format photography? Then maybe you should consider taking one of my photography workshops.
I run film-based photography and darkroom printing workshops here in Perth metro. They are ideal for individuals and small groups. Choose between a 1 or 2-day workshop.
Whether you are working on an arts project and need to gain some technical skills or just dusting off your film cameras and wondering where to start, then tuition can be tailor
Black and white film processing and traditional printmaking are my regular photography tools. I offer weekend photography workshops and introductory to advanced printing workshops here in the Perth metro area.
So feel free to contact me about your needs. We can have a talk and work out what your requirements are. This way I can specifically tailor tuition to your level.
Select dates either for a weekend workshop or a full day’s darkroom tuition. I will get back to you and confirm your booking with payment details.
Photography Workshops Darkroom Printing Tuition
1 Day Darkroom Printing Workshop
Choose between Introductory Printing and Advanced Printing Techniques
September 29th 2019
Introductory: learn the basics of how to make traditional prints from negatives, correct exposure, dodging and burning.
Advanced: choose a printing technique to learn such as split grade printing, print flashing, 2 bath development, archival toning or print processing of
September 21 and 22nd 2019
2 Day Large Format Black and White Film Photography Workshops Perth
Overview of Large Format Black and White Film Photography W
This two-day workshop is for those who wish to learn the basics of film photography. We are using traditional black and white film, chemistry, and paper. You will be photographing on day 1, developing and printing your work on day 2, hence the weekend time slot. We use large format 4×5 cameras and 4×5 inch black and white sheet film.
Day 1 -View Camera Introduction
If you have ever been curious about the advantages of using a large-format camera in your photography and what’s involved, or if you are just considering large format photography, then this workshop is for you. This introductory large format 4×5 workshop provides hands
Large Format Film Photography Workshops are conducted outdoors along the wooded banks of the Canning River Reserve, so you can see and experience using a 4×5 field camera on location. Through discussions and field demonstrations, I will guide you through the process of setting up and using a large format camera. You will then put this newly gained knowledge into practise by making your own 4×5 negatives around the river reserve.
The Canning River Reserve will provide ample subject matter and an ideal learning environment for you to gain experience in using a 4×5 field camera within a small group setting. Even if you don’t own a 4×5 camera you will be provided with one to use, if you do have one then it bring it along. To maximise the experience, workshop numbers are limited to a maximum of 2 people. Facilities at Kent St Weir include the brand new Canning River Cafe or bring a sandwich.
You can bring your own 4×5 camera or use one of ours, let me know your preference.
Day 2 – Introduction to Darkroom Film Processing & Printing
Continuing onto Day 2, you are introduced to traditional darkroom techniques using the exposures you made on Day 1.
You will learn how easy it is to develop a black and white film. Find out about proper storage and care of negatives, archiving and the importance of making proper contact proof prints.
Discover how to enlarge one of your black and white negatives. You will receive expert guidance through the process of making your first silver gelatin print. This workshop will be held in my darkroom and participant numbers are limited to a maximum of 2 people.
Full weekend photography workshops cost $575. Workshop fee includes photographic paper, film processing and light refreshments.
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