Learn to develop your existing black and white films in a quick and simple 2 hour tutorial.
Bring your own film* (35mm or 120mm, already exposed) and learn the skills to develop black and white films in a community darkroom or at home (and the tools and equipment required).
You will develop one film during the class and lean about the different chemistry, techniques and safety information. We will also discuss archiving, alternative and diy techniques and the next steps in darkroom practice.
The class should not take the entire 2 hours but we allow extra time for films to dry and for a Q&A session.
- All the skills needed to competently develop black and white films
- Alternative and DIY techniques
- All chemistry for 1 roll of film is provided
- A negative sleeve
- A list of required tools and materials for developing at home
- 1 x Black and White Film (35mm or 120mm, already exposed)
Casual clothes safe for chemical drips (never white)
Competent film photographers who want to learn to self process
Vendor since 2017
NOIR Darkroom is a community focused creative space in Coburg. Although specialising in analogue photography and darkroom practice, NOIR Darkroom is a place for all creative arts practices.
Consisting of a contemporary art gallery, workshop space, photographic darkroom and art studio spaces, NOIR’s main goal is to facilitate creative art to communities and make fine art more accessible.
By supporting a mixture of emerging and established artists, NOIR aims to grow our creative community and connect artists from different backgrounds with each other.
We do not issue refunds on workshops if for any reason participants cannot attend on the day. We can, however, transfer participants into other workshops held at NOIR darkroom.
For special circumstances please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to work with you to resolve the issue.