Sunday, January 22, 12 – 4 pm
PAVED Arts Event Space
In this workshop, attendees will receive a roll of 35mm colour negative cine film (normally used to make a movie). You will have your choice of a 15 frame roll of Kodak Vision 3 50D (50 ISO daylight) or Fuji 250F 250D (250 ISO daylight). We will process your previously shot film into colour negatives with hand mixed chemistry in our darkroom.
Other themes covered will include: where to source this type of film, different film stocks available, how to load cine film into cassettes, sourcing chemicals and alternative developing kits as well as homemade alternative developing process chemistry.
Bruce Gibson is a carpenter, cabinet makers and hobby photographers. He began shooting film in the mid 60s. He is interested in cine film as an alternative film source which is equivalent to conventional, professional film stocks.
Non-members: $60 ($50 Price of membership at time of registration or $25 for students/underemployed + $10 workshop supply fee)
Register early so you can pick up your film and start shooting!
To register for our Members’ workshops:
• Email firstname.lastname@example.org
• Call Rachel at 306-652-5502 ext 3 OR
• Drop in – Upstairs at 424 20 ST W, Saskatoon, SK.
NOTE: Registration for this workshop is now full. Please join the waitlist by emailing email@example.com to be contacted if spots open up.