Black and White Film Introductory Workshop
Saturday, October 25, 2014 9:30am-4:30pm
Learn how to shoot, process, and print traditional black-and-white photos that express your creative vision! The Chicago Community Darkroom's Black & White Film Introductory Workshop on Saturday, October 25, 2014 is a one-day workshop that provides a step-by-step guide for photographers either raised on digital or those who need a fun refresher on how to shoot, process, and print 35mm or medium format black-and-white film.
Space is limited! Workshop size is small to ensure personal attention.
All supplies provided: film, chemicals, negative sleeves and photo paper.
Bring only your 35mm or medium format film camera and you'll leave with negatives and prints!
Patrick Pyszka is a photographer for the City of Chicago and board member of the Chicago Community Darkroom. He earned his BA in photography at Columbia College Chicago and worked as a newspaper photojournalist for five years before joining the city. A passionate black-and-white film photographer, Patrick will guide you through the basics of making real, black-and-white photographs.