We are pleased to offer several classes in the art of photography. From processing your negatives, optically printing from negatives, studio lighting and everything in between. These classes are all taught by Ken Toda, who has over 35 years of experience as a photofinishing technician.
This is what our Darkroom 101 class looks like:
Darkroom 101: Learn how to process your own true Black and White Film.
Prerequisite: Bring one roll of true B&W film (Can NOT be C-41 film) that you have already shot at rated ISO. It can be 35mm or 120 roll film.
9 am to 12:00- Learn basic terminology, practice loading film onto reels, then process your exposed roll of film.
12:30 pm to 2:00 pm- Break for lunch, allow negatives to dry.
The date of this B&W film processing is; Saturday, August 4th, 2018 9:00 am to 2:00 pm, at 2313 Geddie Place.
High Point, NC 27260. Any question, please leave voice message at 336-885-2000.
This class will be taught by Eric Delaforce. With over 25 years of darkroom silver photography experience, Eric is a master B&W darkroom technician. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in education from Arts Institute of Philadelphia.
Class size is limited to 6 students.
With the exception of the roll of film you bring with you, all chemical supplies and tools will be provided for you during the class.
The tuition includes the one time $10.00 darkroom membership fee.
The $80.00 tuition is non-refundable, however, if an emergency arises we will work with you to reschedule you into our next class.
If you are interested in taking Darkroom 101 or any of our other classes, please fill out the form below: