Film Foto Forever

Founded in 1980, we specialize in professional photographic equipment, especially all film cameras built before 1976. Our mission is to preserve and promote the use of non-digital, fully mechanical cameras and the art of black and white film processing as well as silver halide printing. 

Darkroom 101


Darkroom 101


Darkroom 101: Learn how to process your own true Black and White Film.

When: Saturday, August 9th, 2014 from 9am to 4pm.  

Where: 2313 Geddie Pl, High Point, NC 27260

Prerequisite: Bring one (1) 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.


9am to 1pm- Learn basic terminology, practice loading film onto reels, then process your roll of film.

1pm to 2pm- Break for lunch, allow negatives to dry.

2pm to 4pm- Critique of processed negatives, review, Q&A


Additional Info

This class will be taught by Ken Toda. With over 35 years of darkroom experience, Ken is a master photo finishing technician. He holds a Bachelor of Science in education from Elon University, an Associates of Applied Science in photography from Randolph Community College, and was also a PMA certified photo finishing engineer.

Class size is limited to 6 students.

With the exception of the roll of film you bring with you, all supplies will be provided for you during the class.

The tuition includes the one time $20.00 darkroom membership fee.

The $50.00 tuition is non-refundable, however, if an emergency arises we will work with you to reschedule you into our next class.

If you have any questions, you may contact us at:

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