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Analogue (Film) Photography & Darkroom Skills


Our Analogue Photography and Darkroom course is held at Holborn Studios, London N1. This is a professional studio complex utilised by some of the world’s leading photographers, where a darkroom and teaching facility have recently been installed.

This course is for all those interested in learning the craft of black and white film photography.  Previous analogue experience is not necessary, and we will provide a 35mm SLR camera and film, which you can use if you do not have your own. (We are also able to process and print 120 film should you prefer).

By the end of this course you will have learned to use a film camera, develop black & white film and make silver bromide prints in the darkroom, as well as gaining an appreciation of the historical significance of analogue photography. 

All classes at Blake College of Art & Design are kept to a small number, allowing space for genuine 1:1 tuition with the teacher and a friendly, relaxed environment.

A basic understanding of exposure, combining shutter speed and lens aperture, is useful but not essential.

Each course runs from 10am until 4pm from Monday to Friday and costs £450.
Students wishing to take three or more courses can do so for £395 per course.
All prices include VAT.

For more information email study@blake.ac.uk or to book online immediately click here

Earlier Event: July 18