18 Nov Teen Intro to B&W Darkroom
with Jackie Webster
Tuition: $202.50 Member; $225 Non-Members. Add $30 Materials Fee
With almost everyone using digital these days, CPAC is offering a fun-filled camp for enthusiastic teen photographers to learn the basics of film photography. Young photographers will learn hands-on how to shoot with a film camera, develop B&W film, and print photogs using our darkroom located at the Zang Mansion on Capitol Hill. Class includes instruction and lab time.
Required supplies for this program:
- 35mm or medium format SLR or TLR camera, full-manual capable, fixed-focal length lens
- 8 rolls Kodak TMAX 400 black & white film
- 3-ring binder (for storing negatives)
- Working apron (optional)
- Light meter (optional)
*CPAC members receive a 10% discount at Denver Pro Photo!
About the Instructor: 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. www.jwebsterphoto.com
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