02 Oct Film and Darkroom 1 with Jackie Webster
Dates: Wednesdays Oct 29 – Nov 24th (Four Sessions)
Meets: Wednesdays 6-9 pm (class instruction) + Mondays (extra lab time)
Film and Darkroom 1 is a class focused on the basic mechanics of making a Black & White silver-gelatin photograph, from learning how to operate a camera, to developing film and making prints in the darkroom. Students can use a 35mm or medium format camera. Assignments will be given that will help you learn as well as explore and enjoy photography. Appropriate for the beginning student who wants to learn how to use a traditional darkroom as well as for the photographer who wants to refresh their darkroom skills.
- All students receive a month of access to the CPAC darkroom for the class duration. Please speak to the instructor or call CPAC about renting the darkroom outside of class hours. Information here.
- We will only be working with Black and White Film in this class.
- Students will be given a list of recommended supplies to bring to class.
Jackie Webster has been creating photographic works for more than 25 years. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in video from the Savannah College of Art and Design, where she also completed coursework in photography. Working exclusively in traditional and historic photographic processes, Jacqueline has studied under Patricia Ambrogi at Rochester Institute of Technology and Mark Osterman at the George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film. She has shown her work at festivals and in galleries around the country, and her work is included in the permanent collection at Oklahoma City Community College.
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