Workshop Registration

Hand Processing Black and White Film

NOTE: This workshop is in person. Following Ontario’s health guidelines, attendees will require proof of vaccination in order to attend this workshop.

Take your footage into the darkroom and process it yourself in this introduction to hand processing and darkroom practices. In this workshop, you will be shooting Super 8mm and 16mm black and white motion picture reversal film. This film stock is extremely versatile, allowing film to go from camera to projector, skipping the expensive stage of printing from negative. Gain control over your workflow in this one-day intensive, and take advantage of the provided darkroom time to process your footage. 

This workshop includes all film, darkroom chemistry, and supplies for use during the workshop. The Camera Theory workshop is recommended as a prerequisite. This workshop is recommended as a companion to the Organic Film Processing, Extreme Low Budget Analogue Filmmaking and Hand Processing Colour Film workshops.

Sat 4 December 2021, 10 am - 6 pm   
(Registration deadline is Sat 4 December 9:00 am)

Instructor: Sandy McLennan

Sandy McLennan is immersed in the local geography via cameras, sound recorders and a darkroom. A 1981 Sheridan College Media Arts graduate and a veteran Audio-Visual/Computer Technician in schools, he performed with the Canadian Opera Company at age 7, shot 35mm slides in Hong Kong in 1970, tape recorded R.Murray Schafer’s lake opera in 1981, documented a canoe trip on 16mm film, resurrected his photochemical practice and received grants to teach analogue/pinhole photography. He has exhibited motion pictures, photography, installation/performance and sound.



Category: Creative Practises
Maximum Capacity: 4
8 hours of instruction $125 /member$150 /nonmember