29 Oct Black & White Darkroom: Intermediate | April
Black & White Darkroom: Intermediate
Date | Wednesday class + Monday lab nights, April 1 – 27, 2020 + extra lab time Friday April 17 & 24
Time | 6 PM – 9PM
Location | Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design (1600 Pierce St, Lakewood, CO 80214)
Instructor | Michael Snively
Cost | Non Members $390 Members $351
Skill level | has darkroom experience
This class will continue the exploration of film developing and printing. On the film side, we will explore the practical Zone System and push and pull negative development. Also to be covered will be the active use of color filters during film exposure to achieve different effects on the black and white negative.
On the printing side we will learn basic split contrast printing as well as active contrast control with variable contrast papers. Refining of the ability to dodge and burn for final prints will be covered to a greater extent.
The overall goal of this class will be working towards greater understanding and control of the negative to achieve the vision of the photographer.
Supplies needed for this workshop:
- Manual Camera (small or medium format)
- Black & White Film: 8 – 10 rolls
- 100 sheets of Variable contrast or Multigrade paper
- Hand Towel
- 3-ring binder
- Notebook and pen or pencil
- Work Apron (optional)
— CPAC members receive a 10% discount at Denver Pro Photo!
Please note: We will only be working with Black and White Film in this class