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Mordancage

at Penumbra Foundation - Murray Hill 36 E 30th St, New York, New York 10016

The Mordançage process was initially created to apply as a film reversal process and was later named the 'Etch/bleach' process. Known for ‘the veils’ - an expressive use of the emulsion to create unique prints ranging from diaphanous to chaotic, this process has so much more to offer in terms of depth, techniques, and creative choices beyond...

Saturday Dec 17th, 10am - 6pm Eastern Time

  (2 sessions)
$750

2 sessions

The Analog Film Lab

at BKC - Gowanus Gowanus Darkroom 119 8th St Ste 212, Brooklyn, New York 11215

This all-day intensive workshop will combine shooting, processing, developing and printing into one action-packed day. First we’ll meet at the Darkroom (check the location of your class in the left column) and we'll demonstrate how to properly load film and set up your camera. You'll get a refresher on shooting mechanics and using your light meter,...

Sunday Oct 23rd, 11am - 6pm Eastern Time

$258.96

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Pinhole

at Penumbra Foundation - Murray Hill 36 E 30th St, New York, New York 10016

Pinhole cameras—a fun and easy way to explore image making—are lensless cameras with a tiny aperture. Light from a scene passes through the aperture and projects an inverted image into the opposite side of the camera. Pinholes are also known as camera obscuras.  In this one day workshop, students will build their own pinhole cameras using...

Saturday Nov 5th, 10:30am - 4:30pm Eastern Time

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Cyanotype Photograms and Pigment Suspension

at Penumbra Foundation - Murray Hill 36 E 30th St, New York, New York 10016

Cyanotype is an ultraviolet light printing process that was first introduced in 1842 by Sir John Herschel. Initially intended for reproducing notes and diagrams, cyanotype has evolved into an art form of itself. Contemporary artist Brian Buckley creates cyanotype photograms with hand coated layers and subjects that can be found in the natural world. ...

Thursday Oct 27th, 6pm - 9pm Eastern Time

  (4 sessions)
$510

4 sessions

Orthochromatic Film

at Penumbra Foundation - Murray Hill 36 E 30th St, New York, New York 10016

Ortho Litho film is a specialist film originally intended for graphic arts and lithographic applications. It is extremely low speed and high contrast, making it traditionally difficult to use for representational picture-taking purposes. However, with adjustments made to the development process, it is possible to achieve tonally rich, unique images...

Saturday Oct 29th, 10am - 6pm Eastern Time

Liquid Emulsion

at Penumbra Foundation - Murray Hill 36 E 30th St, New York, New York 10016

Liquid emulsion prints allow artists from any creative background to combine photography with other media for expressive, alternative applications. This process offers a distinct control over the photographic image and the ways in which an image can be presented or read. This two-day workshop will introduce you to the magic (and basics) of hand-applied...

Saturday Dec 10th, 10am - 6pm Eastern Time

  (2 sessions)
$750

2 sessions

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Essential Black & White Darkroom

at BKC - Gowanus Gowanus Darkroom 119 8th St Ste 212, Brooklyn, New York 11215

Who should take this class Are you a digital photographer looking to expand your knowledge of photographic technique and history?  Maybe you took a darkroom class in school and want to get back to your roots?  Is there something about photos shot on film that you love but can't explain why?  If the answer to any of these questions is...

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$905

8 sessions

Digital Negative

at Penumbra Foundation - Murray Hill 36 E 30th St, New York, New York 10016

Creating negatives, for many, is fundamental to making a positive image. This two day introductory workshop guides students through the steps required to make successful digital negatives for Cyanotype and Kallitype prints. Using a range of tools, students will become acquainted with a workflow that bridges the analog and digital gap through approachable...

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$695

2 sessions

Plein-Air Photograms and Darkroom Experimentation

at Penumbra Foundation - Murray Hill 36 E 30th St, New York, New York 10016

Martyna Szczesna's process repurposes urban infrastructure and surroundings into a freeform, photographic exposure unit. Flashing paper under existing sidewalk shadows she further embellishes the work with experimental darkroom processes such as solarization and hand-coloring. Szczesna will discuss the influences and techniques that went into the...

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$150

Lith Printing

at Penumbra Foundation - Murray Hill 36 E 30th St, New York, New York 10016

A lith print is a silver gelatin print that has been over-exposed and partially developed in a highly diluted lith developer. The prints achieved with this process have unique tones and illustrative effects. Lith prints may display delicate warm tone highlights and mid-tones and cool, gritty, and harsh shadows. In this two-day workshop, participants...

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$600

2 sessions

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Basic Darkroom

at The Photography Workshops - SoHo 611 Broadway Ste #713, New York, New York 10012

"The alchemy of the art that was and still may be the standard for well over a century and a half." -Jeffrey Apoian In this one-day course, you will be able to: Understand what is involved in making a photographic print Learn how to properly expose a roll of film Mix chemistry Spool your film in total darkness and process it in daylight Make...

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$425

Analog Darkroom Basics: Black & White Printing

at BKC - Gowanus Gowanus Darkroom 119 8th St Ste 212, Brooklyn, New York 11215

In three hours, we’ll show you how to take a 35mm black-and-white film negative and print it using an enlarger and traditional chemistry.  You’ll learn how to make test strips, contact prints, enlargement prints and how to properly develop, fix, wash and dry your print.  This is a very basic introduction to the darkroom, covering only...

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$95

Crash Course: Color Darkroom

at BKC - Gowanus Gowanus Darkroom 119 8th St Ste 212, Brooklyn, New York 11215

The class will cover basic enlarger operation, contact printing of negatives, as well as color filtration to balance out color casts and achieve a great-looking print. Additionally we'll discuss proper darkroom etiquette and safety so that you'll be able to use the color darkroom with confidence. In a few short hours, you'll be well on your way to...

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$135

Cyanotype Printing

at The Photography Workshops - SoHo 611 Broadway Ste #713, New York, New York 10012

The cyanotype process, developed by John Herschel in England in the 1830's, was one of the first photgraphic technique utilized for printing images.  It involves the application of a chemical solution to papter, a negative overlay and then exposure to the sun or an intense light source.  The image appears as a mixture of blue tones that are...

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$285

Intro to B&W Portraiture and the Darkroom

at Penumbra Foundation - Murray Hill 36 E 30th St, New York, New York 10016

Intro to B&W Portraiture and the Darkroom for High School Students Since the creation of the first photographic portrait by Robert Cornelius in 1839, the art form has become one of the most popular genres of photography.  In addition to representing physical likeness and expression, portraiture is widely used for preserving history, self...

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$850

9 sessions

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