Whether you are new to D-76 film processing or in need of a refresher, this workshop will teach you to process and develop film - giving you knowledge to go home and start developing your own negatives!
You will learn how to have full control over your film, while saying farewell to those high film development lab costs ;)
The workshop starts with a two hour basic introduction to analog photography (ISO, aperture, shutter speed) and how to use the light to exposure with your camera and lenses. Afterwards, we will go out to shoot film around the area.
On Sunday, you will learn how to mix D-76 chemicals and learn/practise on film reel and developer tank, participants will be taken step by step through the full black and white film development process, then develop their own roll of 35mm film. For a final touch, you will get an idea on what a good exposed film look like and how to store the equipment properly.
The course will be held in English.
Participants need to bring:
Working analog camera, small format or medium format.
A roll of 35mm 400ISO film; or 120mm film if you have a medium format camera.
We ask all participants to bring Ilford HP5 film.
A development gear: (1) Tank with 1 reel, (1) Thermometer
(All equipments can be purchased at OsloFoto in Møllergata)
We will provide:
D-76 chemicals for processing film
600cc measuring cylinder
10:00 – 12:00 Introduction to analog photography (ISO, aperture, shutter speed,
depth of field)
12:00 – 14:00 We go outside to shoot a film roll around the area.
10:00 – 11:00 Learn how to mix the chemicals and practise on using reel
11:00 – 13:00 Film loading in the darkroom, temperature, agitation, washing and
13:00 – 14:00 Final evaluation for the results, archival best practises for negative
About the instructor, Sha Cakir:
Sha draws a lifetime experience with photography, combined with a deep
knowledge for the medium. She holds a BA in photography, has conducted
workshops in Berlin and Istanbul.
She has more than 10 years experience in developing film, and continues to
shoot film and use the darkroom.
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