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ANALOG PHOTOGRAPHY - CONTINUOUS WORKSHOPS - Scheduled upon your convenience
 

Intro to Film Photography - Black & White - (320.000 LL / month for 4 x 2-hours sessions)

Explore different aspects of analog photography such as using a manual SLR camera and its functions, properly calculating exposure, film developing and making enlargements in the darkroom. (Does not include film. Chemistry and paper are pay-per-use).

LEARNING OUTCOMES FOR THIS MODULE:
1- Film anatomy.
2- Exposure and its variables.
3- Film development in normal conditions.
4- Making a contact sheet and test strip.
5- Making an enlargement at normal contrast.
6- Creative techniques for development.

 

Advanced Film Photography - Black & White - (320.000 LL / month for 4 x 2-hours sessions)

Now that you have a base on how to use a film camera and some darkroom experience, lets take a look at the ZONE SYSTEM; an advanced metheod of properly getting detail on the full tonal range of the film. We also have a chance to explore alternative darkroom techniques such as slip-toning and multiple exposure on the enlarger. (Does not include film. Chemistry and paper are pay-per-use).

LEARNING OUTCOMES FOR THIS MODULE:
1- Understanding tonal value.
2- Shooting using the zone system.
3- Understanding development in push-pull conditions.
4- Split-toning.
5- Making an enlargement using fiber-base paper.

 

Color development and c-prints - Color - (320.000 LL / month for 4 x 2-hours sessions)

With the experience and knowledge that was built so far, we learn how to adapt it for color film. We also develop our films and make color enlargements, technically known as c-prints. (Does not include film. Chemistry and paper are pay-per-use).

LEARNING OUTCOMES FOR THIS MODULE:
1- Understanding tonal value in color.
2- Understanding saturantion and color balance.
3- Developing film using C-41.
4- Making C-prints.
5- Using processing macines.