Analogue photography is making a comeback and with it learning the basic techniques of the old black and white photography. In the development tray of the darkroom you see your created image slowly emerging.
What will you be doing?
Analogue photography works differently. You take fewer photos and you do not immediately see the result on your screen. It is therefore important to look closely and measure the light. Next, you develop the images you have made through a chemical process. Printing is done with an enlarger (an exposure device). This is how your images are created step by step in the darkroom.
You receive assignments and theory, but above all, you develop and print a lot.