(Ages 14 and up)
Instructor: Roylee Duvall
This is a basic class presenting traditional film-based photography compared with the digital world. Students will shoot and develop one or more rolls of film, make a proof sheet and work prints.
The students is encouraged to make similar photographs with their digital camera to compare behavior and quality of the two different, but closely related approaches to photography. Finally, scans will be made of one or more negatives and prints made from the scans and the digital originals. If you don’t have a film camera one can be loaned for assignments. A materials cost of $10 is due to the instructor at the first class meeting for film and paper.
Special Notes: Masks Required.