Analogue photography is making a comeback, and with it, the art and basic techniques of old black-and-white photography. In the darkroom’s development room, you’ll watch the image you created slowly appear
What will you be doing?
Analogue photography is different. You take fewer pictures, and you don’t see the result of your photos on your screen right away. It is therefore important to look carefully and take light measurements. You then use a chemical process to develop the images. Printing is done with an enlarger (an exposure device). This is how your images are created step by step in the darkroom.
You get assignments and theory, but most of all you develop and print.
“The course is a great experience, and I would happily do it again from scratch.”
– Course participant (season 2023-2024/block 1)