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Developing Black and White Film
Mon, 4 July 2016, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT
The HackLab is proud home to a non-profit darkroom, where we can do all kinds of different film processes. Black and white is the simplest of them all! In this hands-on workshop, come and learn the basics of developing your own film! We'll walk you through the process in our classroom, then head into the darkroom where we can process a few rolls of film, and we'll close off the evening by learning how to scan the negatives to see the finished products. The lab has film, cameras, and a scanner all on permaloan - so you can use the skills you've gained to come to the lab any time (or, if you're not a member, come during open house) and work in the darkroom yourself! Bring your own unprocessed black and white film (ie, not C41 process!), and install the drivers for the Epson V500 film scanner on your laptop, or not! We'll have sample film and a laptop prepped with the software for you to work with.
In an attempt to keep the pricing for this event flexible, there are tickets available at two price points. Please choose the price point that is most appropriate for you. If you are unable to afford tickets at these price points, please contact us to arrange an alternative ticket pricing solution! This helps the lab keep our doors open and run lots more workshops like this one!