178a Glyn Road
London, E5 0JE
B&W Film Photography
Black & White Weekender
This course would suit both beginners to B&W film photography, or those who wish to refresh or enhance their skills. Over the 2 days you will learn essential darkroom techniques, such as black & white film development, printing, production of a contact sheet, and toning prints.
During the first day you will concentrate on getting the fundamentals right; from developing a B&W film and making a contact sheet from your negatives, through to a finished B&W print. The second day will be about developing darkroom skills further; you will be encouraged to experiment with different print papers and filters to adjust contrast, learn to ’burn & dodge individual parts of your image, and explore the use of colour toners to enhance mood. By the end of the course you will have several prints, lots of mistakes and experiments, and a keen eye with which to continue your practice.
Note: We ask that you bring a B&W film that you have previously shot or a set of B&W negatives (35mm, 120 or 5×4 formats) to work with, although we can supply you with a camera and a film on the day to generate a set of negatives should you need them. We will supply the necessary chemicals and paper for printing
Dates: Time: 10am-4pm (2 Days) Cost: £200
09th-10th Nov (Sat & Sun)
23rd-24th Nov (Sat & Sun)
07th-08th Dec (Sat & Sun)
Weekday Courses: B&W Darkroom courses can be arranged during the week. The course start date, length, and content can be tailored to suit the needs of individuals or a specific group of people. To discuss this further, please contact Chris directly.
Number of participants: 3 people max
Tutor: Chris Ould
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org / 07790 973316
Tutor Profile: Chris is an artist and experienced tutor who has worked within the photography department at UAL Central St. Martin’s College for over 15 years. Since graduating from the MA Fine Art programme in 1999, he has continued to make his own work and has taught across a broad range of short courses, BA and Post-Graduate programmes, as well as public and private institutions. He have also worked as a Freelance Lecturer, delivering talks and workshops that address colour management and photo-editing skills within the digital print arena to several fashion retouching companies, and has been a reviewer on numerous books on photography.
View his website now: http://chrisouldarchive.com/